Basic Approach [HEPMADMIN] 27-Apr-2003 12:49 PM EST EDIT For courses in Visual BASIC. This text examines the important programming fundamentals of both Windows desktop and ASP.NET web applications using Microsoft Visual Basic.NET, while introducing students to the important object-oriented features of that platform. Its comprehensive approach to programming utilizes integrated cases that build from chapter to chapter, and are based upon common business problems and the processes integral to solving them. A consistent four-step design methodology encourages problem-solving as students learn how to create Windows and Web applications. This text also emphasizes data storage, and important new topics such as ADO.NET, ASP.NET and XML.132-134 module-level variable declaration, 65 opening Code Editor, 39 regions, 296-297, 311-312 setting Code Editor ... 60-63 naming variables, 58-60 scope, 63-65 Watches multimedia application, 579-580 XML Employee Address Book ... to variables, 70-71 obtaining user input, 68-70 converting text to numeric data with Val function, 73-74 selecting items, ... menu Close Solution, 44 Exit, 44 New, Project, 10 Open Solution, 35 Fill, 246-247 Help menu Search, 13 Show Start Page.
|Title||:||Visual Basic.Net Programming for Business|
|Author||:||Philip A. Koneman|