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Visual Basic .NET: The Complete Reference

by: Jeffrey R. Shapiro

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,Apr-2002

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 0072133813
ISBN13: 9780072133813

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Master this massive programming language upgrade that raises Visual Basic functionality to the level of the .NET platform. Coverage includes all core topics--plus security, debugging, and helpful information on migrating existing Visual Basic projects to Visual Basic.NET.


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      The Definitive Resource on Visual Basic .NET


          Take full advantage of all the new features of Visual Basic .NET with help from this comprehensive resource. Inside, youll find in-depth information on the new object-oriented capabilities of Visual Basic .NET and details on the core language, including grammar, control-flow, operators, value-types, classes, interfaces, data structures and collections, delegates, GUI components, threading, and debugging. Youll refer to the extensive details inside this all-inclusive volume regularly as you program with Visual Basic .NET.


                  Program against the .NET Frameworks common language runtime and managed-execution environment


  Build value types and enumerators for industrial-strength code


  Design and implement class hierarchies with inheritance


  Use interfaces for sophisticated algorithms


  Program with Structured Exception Handling (SEH) to create stable applications


  Implement and deploy arrays, linked lists, trees, and other collections


  Use delegates and proven software industry patterns to create highly reusable and adaptable code


  Program against the .NET event and thread models


  Build enterprise business objects and easy-to-maintain flyweight user interfaces


  Learn how COM and .NET objects interoperate


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            PART I: Introduction to Visual Basic.NET


      Ch. 1: Introduction to .NET


      Ch. 2: Visual Basic.NET for Visual Studio


      Ch. 3: Developing with Visual Basic.NET


      Ch. 4: Understanding Object Oriented Programming


      Ch. 5: Object Oriented Programming with VB.NET


        PART II: Programming with Visual Basic.NET


      Ch. 6: Control and Flow


      Ch. 7: Arrays


      Ch. 8: Strings and Characters


      Ch. 9: Data Structures


      Ch. 10: I/O, Streams and Files


      Ch. 11: Basic GUI Components


      Ch. 12: Advanced GUI Components


      Ch. 13: Debugging and Exception Handling


      Ch. 14: Data Access


      Ch. 15: Threading


      Ch. 16: Networking


        PART III: Visual Basic.NET Advanced Concepts


      Ch. 17: Graphics Programming


      Ch. 18: Multimedia, Animation, Audio and Games


      Ch. 19: Transactions and Stateless Engineering


      Ch. 20: Web Services and Remote Invocation


      Ch. 21: ASP.NET Programming Primer


      Ch. 22: Controls and Components


      Ch. 23: Deployment, Help and Documentation


      Ch. 24: Security


      Ch. 25: Porting, Legacy Development and Automation


        Appendices:


      Appendix 1: The Language Assemblies


      Appendix 2: Demo Code Reference


      Appendix 3: VB.NET Resources

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