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"A fun way of learning VB. Tips and hands-on guidance give readers an amazing running start in software development." —April Reagan (Microsoft Corp.)

"The use of graphics and common application topics will capture student interest. The step-by-step approach enables students to work independently. The integrated debugging is superior to the pedagogical approach taken by competing textbooks. [The ASP.NET 3.5 case study with ASP.NET AJAX] would be an excellent starting example for my classes on ASP.NET programming." —Douglas Bock (Southern Illinois University)

"Using real life case studies is one of the best methods of teaching programming I've seen. Superb job! I can’t believe how easy it is now to add a database to an application." —Edward Hunter, MSCIS (Chapman University College)

"A great collection of practical tutorials and exercises for learning Visual Basic. An excellent book on VB 2008!" —Steve Stein (Microsoft Corporation)

"All you need to start creating great Windows-based and web applications with VB 2008. A crystal-clear explanation of the new LINQ technology." —José Antonio Gonzalez Seco (Parliament of Andalusia)

"The ‘Building Your Own Classes and Objects’ tutorial is well done. Marvelous work with collections. Very well organized tutorial introducing WPF and XAML." —Josh Pauli, Ph.D. (Dakota State University)

"I think the typing tutor example is an excellent way to explain Windows events and event handling." —Huanhui Hu (Microsoft Corporation)

"The best explanation and simple demonstration of AJAX that I've seen. I loved the Silverlight tutorial." —Christopher J. Olson (Dakota State University)

"Loaded with labs and examples. I particularly enjoyed the chapters on LINQ, Silverlight and WPF." —Chris Williams (Magenic - Microsoft VB MVP)

"Good job introducing Silverlight and how to consume a web service." —Matt Kleinwaks (Abby Rating Systems, Inc. - Microsoft VB MVP)

Simply Visual Basic 2008 Pedagogic Features

Step-by-step tutorials show how to build and execute complete applications, from start to finish DEITEL¨ signature LIVE-CODE approach presents programming concepts using complete working applications Includes 32 tutorials and 100+ exercises on real-world applications Full-color presentation, including syntax coloring, code highlighting, callouts and extensive comments Skills summaries, UML activity diagrams, pseudocode, access the authors at deitel@deitel.com
Integrated debugging sections and exercises that teach the Visual Studio¨ 2008 Debugger Tips for improving reliability, performance and usability of your applications Self-review multiple-choice questions and answers for immediate feedback after each section At the end of most tutorials: 10 multiple-choice questions, ”What does this code do?” and ”What’s wrong with this code?” exercises, and four real-world programming exercises, including a “Programming Challenge”

Special sections on GUI Design Guidelines and on Controls, Events, Properties & Methods Key terms sections in every tutorial and a glossary at the end of the book Instructor resources: PowerPoints¨, test-item file, and www.deitel.com/books/SimplyVB2008

Simply Visual Basic 2008 leverages .NET 3.5’s true power. Its outstanding pedagogic approach comes from Deitel & Associates–the best-selling programming language authors and renowned instructors who, through their books and professional seminars, have taught programming to over 1,000,000 people worldwide.

Application-driven tutorial approach–The authors explore core Visual Basic 2008 concepts in the context of interesting real-world applications such as: Web-Based Bookstore • Address Book • Billing • Car Payments • Check Writer • Class Average • Craps Game • Flag Quiz • Fund Raiser • Graphics Painter • Inventory • Investment Interest • Microwave Oven • Payroll • Screen Scraper • Security Panel • Shipping Hub • Ticket Information • Typing Tutor • Wage Calculator • Weather Information and many more in the exercises

Key topics–Visual Basic¨ 2008 Express IDE • Visual Programming • .NET Framework Class Library • WinForm Controls • Event Handling • Debugger • Control Statements • Methods • Exception Handling • Random Numbers Arrays • Classes • Objects • Collections • Mouse & Keyboard Event Handling • Strings Files • Graphics • GUI Design • LINQ • ASP.NET 3.5 • ASP.NET AJAX • WPF • XAML Database • Web Applications • Web Services • Visual Web Developer™ 2008 90000 Express IDE • Silverlight ™

For information on DEITEL¨ DIVE INTO¨ Series corporate training offered worldwide visit
www.deitel.com/training/.

PRENTICE HALL Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 www.prenhall.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780136053033
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 6/19/2008
  • Series: Pearson Custom Computer Science Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 896
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul J. Deitel, CEO and Chief Technical Officer of Deitel & Associates, Inc., is a graduate of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he studied Information Technology. He holds the Java Certified Programmer and Java Certified Developer certifications, and has been designated by Sun Microsystems as a Java Champion. Through Deitel & Associates, Inc., he has delivered Java, C, C++, C# and Visual Basic courses to industry clients, including IBM, Sun Microsystems, Dell, Lucent Technologies, Fidelity, NASA at the Kennedy Space Center, the National Severe Storm Laboratory, White Sands Missile Range, Rogue Wave Software, Boeing, Stratus, Cambridge Technology Partners, Open Environment Corporation, One Wave, Hyperion Software, Adra Systems, Entergy, CableData Systems, Nortel Networks, Puma, iRobot, Invensys and many more. He has also lectured on Java and C++ for the Boston Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery. He and his father, Dr. Harvey M. Deitel, are the world’s best-selling programming language textbook authors.

Dr. Harvey M. Deitel, Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer of Deitel & Associates, Inc., has 45 years of academic and industry experience in the computer field. Dr. Deitel earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from the MIT and a Ph.D. from Boston University. He has 20 years of college teaching experience, including earning tenure and serving as the Chairman of the Computer Science Department at Boston College before founding Deitel & Associates, Inc., with his son, Paul J. Deitel. He and Paul are the co-authors of several dozen books and multimedia packages and they are writing many more. With translations published in Japanese, German, Russian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, French, Polish, Italian, Portuguese, Greek, Urdu and Turkish, the Deitels’ texts have earned international recognition. Dr. Deitel has delivered hundreds of professional seminars to major corporations, academic institutions, government organizations and the military.

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Table of Contents

[IMPORTANT: See www.deitel.com/books/SimplyVB2008/ for the latest table of contents.]

1 Drawing Application

Introducing Computers, the Internet and Visual Basic

1.1 What Is a Computer?

1.2 Computer Organization

1.3 Machine Languages, Assembly Languages and High-Level Languages

1.4 Visual Basic

1.5 Other High-Level Languages

1.6 Structured Programming

1.7 Key Software Trend: Object Technology

1.8 The Internet and the World Wide Web

1.9 Introduction to Microsoft .NET

1.10 Test-Driving the Visual Basic Drawing Application

1.11 Web Resources

1.12 Wrap-Up

2 Welcome Application

Introducing the Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition IDE

2.1 Test-Driving the Welcome Application

2.2 Overview of the Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition IDE

2.3 Creating a Project for the Welcome Application

2.4 Menu Bar and Toolbar

2.5 Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition IDE Windows

2.6 Auto-Hide

2.7 Using Help

2.8 Saving and Closing Projects in Visual Basic

2.9 Web Resources

2.10 Wrap-Up

3 Welcome Application

Introduction to Visual Programming

3.1 Test-Driving the Welcome Application

3.2 Constructing the Welcome Application

3.3 Objects Used in the Welcome Application

3.4 Wrap-Up

4 Designing the Inventory Application

Introducing TextBoxes and Buttons

4.1 Test-Driving the Inventory Application

4.2 Constructing the Inventory Application

4.3 Adding Labels to the Inventory Application

4.4 Adding TextBoxes and a Button to the Form

4.5 Wrap-Up

5 Completing the Inventory Application

Introducing Programming

5.1 Test-Driving the Inventory Application

5.2 Introduction to Visual Basic Code

5.3 Inserting an Event Handler

5.4 Performing a Calculation and Displaying the Result

5.5 Using the Debugger: Syntax Errors

5.6 Wrap-Up

6 Enhancing the Inventory Application

Introducing Variables, Memory Concepts and Arithmetic

6.1 Test-Driving the Enhanced Inventory Application

6.2 Variables

6.3 Handling the TextChanged Event

6.4 Memory Concepts

6.5 Arithmetic

6.6 Using the Debugger: Breakpoints

6.7 Internet and Web Resources

6.8 Wrap-Up

7 Wage Calculator Application

Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control

7.1 Test-Driving the Wage Calculator Application

7.2 Algorithms

7.3 Pseudocode

7.4 Control Structures

7.5 If…Then Selection Statement

7.6 If…Then…Else Selection Statement

7.7 Constructing the Wage Calculator Application

7.8 Assignment Operators

7.9 Formatting Text

7.10 Using the Debugger: The Watch Window

7.11 Wrap-Up

8 Dental Payment Application

Introducing CheckBoxes and Message Dialogs

8.1 Test-Driving the Dental Payment Application

8.2 Designing the Dental Payment Application

8.3 Using CheckBoxes

8.4 Using a Dialog to Display a Message

8.5 Logical Operators

8.6 Designer-Generated Code

8.7 Wrap-Up

9 Car Payment Calculator Application

Introducing the Do WhileLoop and Do UntilLoop

Repetition Statements

9.1 Test-Driving the Car Payment Calculator Application

9.2 Do While…Loop Repetition Statement

9.3 Do Until…Loop Repetition Statement

9.4 Constructing the Car Payment Calculator Application

9.5 Wrap-Up

10 Class Average Application

Introducing the DoLoop While and DoLoop Until

Repetition Statements

10.1 Test-Driving the Class Average Application

10.2 Do…Loop While Repetition Statement

10.3 Do…Loop Until Repetition Statement

10.4 Creating the Class Average Application

10.5 Wrap-Up

11 Interest Calculator Application

Introducing the ForNext Repetition Statement

11.1 Test-Driving the Interest Calculator Application

11.2 Essentials of Counter-Controlled Repetition

11.3 Introducing the For…Next Repetition Statement

11.4 Examples Using the For…Next Statement

11.5 Constructing the Interest Calculator Application

11.6 Wrap-Up

12 Security Panel Application

Introducing the Select Case Multiple-Selection Statement

12.1 Test-Driving the Security Panel Application

12.2 Introducing the Select Case Multiple-Selection Statement

12.3 Constructing the Security Panel Application

12.4 Wrap-Up

13 Enhancing the Wage Calculator Application

Introducing Function Procedures and Sub Procedures

13.1 Test-Driving the Enhanced Wage Calculator Application

13.2 Classes and Procedures

13.3 Function Procedures

13.4 Using Sub Procedures in the Wage Calculator Application

13.5 Using the Debugger: Debug Toolbar

13.6 Wrap-Up

14 Shipping Time Application

Using Dates and Timers 289

14.1 Test-Driving the Shipping Time Application

14.2 Date Variables

14.3 Building the Shipping Time Application: Design Elements

14.4 Creating the Shipping Time Application: Inserting Code

14.5 Wrap-Up

15 Fund Raiser Application

Introducing Scope, Pass-by-Reference and Option Strict

15.1 Test-Driving the Fund Raiser Application

15.2 Constructing the Fund Raiser Application

15.3 Passing Arguments: Pass-by-Value vs. Pass-by-Reference

15.4 Option Strict

15.5 Wrap-Up

16 Craps Game Application

Introducing Random-Number Generation

16.1 Test-Driving the Craps Game Application

16.2 Random-Number Generation

16.3 Using Enumerations in the Craps Game Application

16.4 Using Random Numbers in the Craps Game Application

16.5 Wrap-Up

17 Flag Quiz Application

Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays and ComboBoxes

17.1 Test-Driving the Flag Quiz Application

17.2 Introducing Arrays

17.3 Declaring and Allocating Arrays

17.4 Constructing the Flag Quiz Application

17.5 Sorting Arrays

17.6 Wrap-Up

18 Student Grades Application

Introducing Two-Dimensional Arrays and RadioButtons

18.1 Test-Driving the Student Grades Application

18.2 Two-Dimensional Rectangular Arrays

18.3 Using RadioButtons

18.4 Inserting Code into the Student Grades Application

18.5 Wrap-Up

19 Microwave Oven Application

Building Your Own Classes and Objects

19.1 Test-Driving the Microwave Oven Application

19.2 Designing the Microwave Oven Application

19.3 Adding a New Class to the Project

19.4 Initializing Class Objects: Constructors and Object Initializers

19.5 Properties

19.6 Completing the Microwave Oven Application

19.7 Controlling Access to Members

19.8 Using the Debugger: The Locals Window

19.9 Wrap-Up

20 Shipping Hub Application

Introducing Collections, the For EachNext Statement,

Access Keys and Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to Objects

20.1 Test-Driving the Shipping Hub Application

20.2 Package Class

20.3 Using Properties TabIndex and TabStop

20.4 Using Access Keys

20.5 Collections

20.6 Shipping Hub Application: Using Class ArrayList

20.7 For Each…Next Repetition Statement

20.8 Wrap-Up

21 “Cat and Mouse” Painter Application

Introducing the Graphics Object and Mouse Events

21.1 Test-Driving the Painter Application

21.2 Constructing the Painter Application

21.3 Using a Graphics Object

21.4 Handling the MouseDown Event

21.5 Handling the MouseUp Event

21.6 Handling the MouseMove Event

21.7 Distinguishing Between Mouse Buttons

21.8 Wrap-Up

22 Typing Application

Introducing Keyboard Events, Menus and Dialogs

22.1 Test-Driving the Typing Application

22.2 Analyzing the Typing Application

22.3 Keyboard Events

22.4 IsNot Operator

22.5 Menus

22.6 Wrap-Up

23 Screen Scraping Application

Introducing String Processing

23.1 Test-Driving the Screen Scraping Application

23.2 Fundamentals of Strings

23.3 Analyzing the Screen Scraping Application

23.4 Locating Substrings in Strings

23.5 Extracting Substrings from Strings

23.6 Replacing Substrings in Strings

23.7 Other String Methods

23.8 Wrap-Up

24 Ticket Information Application

Introducing Sequential-Access Files

24.1 Test-Driving the Ticket Information Application

24.2 Data Hierarchy

24.3 Files and Streams

24.4 Writing to a File: Creating the Write Event Application

24.5 Building the Ticket Information Application

24.6 Wrap-Up

25 Address Book Application

Introducing Database Programming and

Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to SQL

25.1 Test-Driving the Address Book Application

25.2 Planning the Address Book Application

25.3 Creating Database Connections

25.4 Programming the Address Book Application

25.5 Wrap-Up

26 CheckWriter Application

Introducing Graphics and Printing with

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

26.1 Test-Driving the CheckWriter Application

26.2 GDI+ Introduction

26.3 Constructing the CheckWriter Application

26.4 PrintPreviewDialogs and PrintDocuments

26.5 Creating an Event Handler for the CheckWriter Application

26.6 Graphics Objects: Colors, Lines and Shapes

26.7 Printing Each Control of the CheckWriter Application

26.8 Font Class

26.9 Previewing and Printing the Check

26.10 Wrap-Up

27 Phone Book Application

Introducing Multimedia with

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

27.1 Microsoft Agent

27.2 Downloading Microsoft Agent Components

27.3 Test-Driving the Phone Book Application

27.4 Constructing the Phone Book Application

27.5 Wrap-Up

28 Bookstore Application: Web Applications

Introducing Visual Web Developer 2008 Express and the

ASP.NET Development Server

28.1 Multi-Tier Architecture

28.2 Web Servers

28.3 Visual Web Developer 2008 Express and the ASP.NET Development Server

28.4 Test-Driving the Bookstore Application

28.5 Wrap-Up

29 Bookstore Application: Client Tier

Introducing Web Controls

29.1 Analyzing the Bookstore Application

29.2 Creating ASPX Pages

29.3 Designing the Books.aspx Page

29.4 Designing the BookInformation.aspx Page

29.5 Wrap-Up

30 Bookstore Application: Information Tier

Examining the Database, Creating Database Components

and Using LINQ to SQL

30.1 Reviewing the Bookstore Application

30.2 Information Tier: Database

30.3 Using the Server Explorer and Query Builder in ASPX Pages

30.4 Wrap-Up

31 Bookstore Application: Middle Tier

Introducing Code-Behind Files and Databound Web controls

31.1 Reviewing the Bookstore Application

31.2 Programming the Books Page’s Code-Behind File and Creating a

Databound ListBox

31.3 Coding the BookInformation Page’s Code-Behind File and

Creating a Databound DetailsView

31.4 Internet and Web Resources

31.5 Wrap-Up

32 Enhanced Car Payment Calculator Application

Introducing Exception Handling

32.1 Test-Driving the Enhanced Car Payment Calculator Application

32.2 Introduction to Exception Handling

32.3 Exception Handling in Visual Basic

32.4 Constructing the Enhanced Car Payment Calculator Application

32.5 Wrap-Up

A Operator Precedence Chart

B ASCII Character Set

C GUI Design Guidelines

D Visual Basic 2008 Express Windows Form Designer Tools

D.1 Internet and Web Resources

E Keyword Chart

Glossary

Index

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