Written for university and community-college students whose programming interests are Windows-based and business-oriented, this text assumes no previous knowledge of computer programming. In conjunction with Windows 95 and Visual Basic 4.0 software, this text will help students learn the fundamentals of writing computer applications in a Windows environment. It will allow them to create powerful, graphical programs for school, home or business. The authors' project-approach takes the student through a seven-step programming process to create working applications. As the student's competence grows, step-by-step instructions become less detailed. Students learn structured programming techniques and a systematic approach to writing and debugging programs that are applicable to any language. At the same time they become proficient in most of the features of Microsoft Visual Basic 4.0.Internal documentation occurs within the program itself, usually in the form of comments in the program code, and sometimes ... External documenation may include such things as a usera#39;s manual or computer operatora#39;s manual, as well as technical guides such as flowcharts for programmers who may ... PROGRAMMlNG ASSlGNMENTS My Resume Start a new project, and caption the form aquot;My Resume.
|Title||:||Introduction to Computer Programming in Visual Basic 4.0|
|Author||:||Robert J. Spear, Timothy M. Spear|
|Publisher||:||Harcourt College Pub - 1996-12-01|