Visual Basic.Net

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Discover the essential truths of programming languages, and take advantage of the particular benefits of the Visual Basic .NET development environment. Understand fundamental programming concepts such as variables, operators, control structures, loops, procedures, and arrays, then incorporate these concepts into a sophisticated graphical user interface. Learn to combine rapid application development -- long a staple of Visual Basic -- with complete object-oriented programming support. Explore advanced topics such...
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Overview

Discover the essential truths of programming languages, and take advantage of the particular benefits of the Visual Basic .NET development environment. Understand fundamental programming concepts such as variables, operators, control structures, loops, procedures, and arrays, then incorporate these concepts into a sophisticated graphical user interface. Learn to combine rapid application development -- long a staple of Visual Basic -- with complete object-oriented programming support. Explore advanced topics such as debugging, file access, and databases. Visual Basic .NET: A Beginner's Guide will give you a complete working knowledge of Visual Basic .NET, an essential component of the Visual Studio .NET suite.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072131208
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/OsborneMedia
  • Publication date: 2/26/2002
  • Series: Beginner's Guides Series
  • Pages: 452
  • Product dimensions: 0.91 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. 1 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET
1 What Is Visual Basic .NET? 3
2 Create A Visual Basic .NET Program Without Writing Code 23
3 Event Procedures, Properties, and Controls 57
Pt. 2 Programming Building Blocks: Variables, Data Types, and Operators
4 Variables and Data Types 91
5 Assignment and Arithmetic Operators 125
6 Comparison and Logical Operators 153
Pt. 3 Controlling the Flow of the Program
7 Control Structures 175
8 Loops and Arrays 201
9 Procedures 231
Pt. 4 The User Interface
10 Helper Forms 275
11 Menus and Toolbars 311
Pt. 5 Error Handling and Prevention
12 Structured Exception Handling and Debugging 355
Index 403
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2003

    Truly for beginners, yet still disappointing.

    This book is more of a beginning programming book, and less of a beginning Visual Basic.Net book. The examples are hard to follow even in the basic chapters. A simple thing like assigning a property to a control through code has poor examples. It is probably a good book if you have never considered programming, but there are many books out there with better examples, and a more even approach to learning VB.NET.

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