When a control is deleted from a form, any code behind that controlis not deleted. It still exists in the code in the General area. Such strandedcode might not be a problem except that it increases the size of your EXE,consumes memory, and makes for sloppy work. After deletion, if a controlis placed on the form with the same name as the deleted control, the strandedcode will relocate to the new control, as long as the event name is thesame. A programmer that does not want this code left in (and who would?)must manually delete each instance of stranded code.
Data Observability Explained
Data is the lifeblood of any successful business, as it is the driving force behind critical decision-making, insight generation, and strategic development. However, due to its intricate nature, ensuring the