Visual Basic .Net Tips And Techniques

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Bestselling and highly acclaimed Visual Basic author Kris Jamsa delivers the ultimate VB.NET resource. Organized by topic and packed with critical information, this book effectively explains complex concepts with precision. Filled with proven techniques and hundreds of solutions that can be put to immediate use easily and effectively, this is a must-have guide for every Visual Basic developer and programmer working with Web services and applications on the .NET platform. ...
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Overview

Bestselling and highly acclaimed Visual Basic author Kris Jamsa delivers the ultimate VB.NET resource. Organized by topic and packed with critical information, this book effectively explains complex concepts with precision. Filled with proven techniques and hundreds of solutions that can be put to immediate use easily and effectively, this is a must-have guide for every Visual Basic developer and programmer working with Web services and applications on the .NET platform.
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Provides 300 tips for programming with Visual Basic .NET, divided into 18 subject headings such as classes, the common language runtime, multiple threads of execution, windows forms, ASP.NET pages, and web services. Each tip is accompanied by source code for experimenting with the programming concept and an explanation of the processing the code performs. Tips include handling exceptions with a generic catch statement, creating a class library, adding buttons to web pages, and querying a database about its tables. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072223187
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 5/29/2002
  • Series: Tips and Techniques Series
  • Pages: 708
  • Product dimensions: 1.47 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1 Laying Your Visual Basic .NET Foundation 1
Ch. 2 Exploiting the .NET Environment 64
Ch. 3 Programming Visual Basic .NET Classes 92
Ch. 4 Object-Oriented Programming in Visual Basic .NET 128
Ch. 5 Test Driving the Common Language Runtime and Base Class Library 166
Ch. 6 Programming Visual Basic .NET File and Directory Operations 184
Ch. 7 Leveraging the .NET Common Dialogs 230
Ch. 8 Exploiting Multiple Threads of Execution 264
Ch. 9 Taking Advantage of Structured Error Handling 318
Ch. 10 Responding to and Handling Events 354
Ch. 11 Programming Windows Forms 384
Ch. 12 Looking Closer at .NET Assemblies and Versioning 436
Ch. 13 Programming ASP.NET Solutions 454
Ch. 14 Programming Windows Services 500
Ch. 15 Programming Web Forms 530
Ch. 16 Programming Web Services 586
Ch. 17 Getting Started with ADO.NET 612
Ch. 18 Programming .NET Reflection and Program Attributes 634
Index 657
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