For courses in Visual Basic .NET Programming. Unique in its approach, this comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic .NET combines the Deitel signature Live-Code Approach with a new Application-Driven methodology in which students build--from the ground up--real-world applications. As students work through the tutorials, they learn about Visual Basic .NET and its fundamental features. Students begin by learning the basics of programming, and then--through each successive tutorial--build on previously learned concepts while learning new programming features. Students learn GUI design, controls, methods, data types, control structures, methods, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings, sequential files, as well as higher-end topics such as database processing, multimedia and graphics and Web-based applications development.
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Simply Visual Basic .NET leverages .NET's true power—not just adapted Visual Basic 6 techniques. Its out-standing pedagogical approach comes from Deitel & Associates—the best-selling programming language authors and renowned instructors who have taught programming to over 1,000,000 people in 100+ countries.
APPLICATION-DRIVEN™, step-by-step tutorial approach—The Deitels explore core Visual Basic .NET concepts in the context of interesting, real-world applications such as: Web-Based Bookstore • ATM • Automated Phone Directory • Billing • Car Payments • Check Writer • Craps Game • Flag Quiz • Fundraiser • Graphics Painter • Inventory • Investment Interest • Microwave Oven • Payroll • Sales Data • Screen Scraper • Security Panel • Shipping Hub • Ticket Ordering • Typing Application
Key Topics include Visual Studio® .NET IDE • Visual Programming • Framework Class Library (FCL) • Controls (Buttons, TextBoxes, ListBoxes, Microsoft™ Chart, Timers, ComboBoxes, RadioButtons, Menus, Dialogs and others) • Event Handling • Debugger • Algorithms • Pseudocode • UML™ • Control Structures • Methods • Random Number Generation • Arrays • Classes • Objects • Collections • Mouse & Keyboard Event Handling • Strings • Sequential-Access Files • Database • Graphics • Multimedia • GUI Design • Web Application DevelopmentSimply Visual Basic .NET Pedagogic Features
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