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Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003: An Application-Driven Tutorial Approach (ISBN:0131426400) + Microsoft Visual Basic .Net 2003 Companion Pack

by: Harvey Deitel, Deitel & Associates, Inc. Paul Deitel, Deitel & Associates

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Publisher: PRENTICE HALL,2003/08/25

Category: VB.NET Level: B/I/

ISBN: 0131785885
ISBN13: 9780131785885

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Description

For courses in Visual Basic.NET Programming--Introductory.


  Combining the DeitelÖ signature LIVE-CODEÖ Approach with a new Application-DrivenÖ methodology, this text uses a step-by-step tutorial approach to teach students the basics of programming using VB.NET. It builds upon previously learned concepts, and introduces new programming features in each successive tutorial. This comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic.NET covers GUI design, controls, methods, functions, data types, control structures, procedures, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings and characters, sequential files, and more. It also includes higher-end topics such as database programming, multimedia and graphics, and Web application development.


      Features

Step-by-step tutorial approach.

Teaches students Visual Basicr.NET from the ground up--using Visual Studio.NET 2003. This updated edition features updated screen captures and line numbers so that it is compatible with VS.NET 2003.


  Application-DrivenÖ methodology.

Exciting and motivational real-world applications have been selected so that students, in working through their creation and implementation, learn the fundamentals of programming.


  DeitelÖ signature LIVE-CODEÖ Approach.

Students learn programming by working through and 'doing' many examples. This process reinforces and solidifies important programming concepts and fundamentals.


  Use of code highlighting.

Emphasizes key portions of the source-code listings in the text with a background highlight to illustrate key-concepts.


  Student-friendly presentation--Features excellent selection of motivational and dynamic tutorials, explanations, graphics, and color throughout.

Helps students grasp key content in every step of the learning process, and provides them with line numbers for easy reference in every sample program.


  Debugging sections and exercises.

Teaches students the Visual Studio .NET 2003 debugger.


  Seven icon-based tip categories--Includes Good Programming Practices; Software Design Tips; Common Programming Errors; GUI Design Tips; and Error-Prevention Tips.

Offers students practical advice and suggestions to enhance and accelerate their learning.


  UML activity diagrams.

Replaces flowcharts which are less effective pedagogically and outdated by industry standards.


  Self-review multiple-choice questions and answers.

Provides students with immediate feedback after each section.


  Glossary ('Key Terms') at the end of each tutorial.

Allows students to quickly look up important terms and definitions.


  Numerous end of tutorial exercises and projects, including one 'programming challenge.'

Allows students to assess and test their mastery of the content. The 'Programming Challenge', which is optional, can be assigned to those students seeking an additional challenge.


  

Table of Contents

1. Graphing Application.


        2.Welcome Application--Introducing the Visual Studior NET IDE.


        3. Welcome Application--Introduction to Visual Programming.


        4. Designing the Inventory Application.


        5. Completing the Inventory Application.


        6. Enhancing the Inventory Application.


        7. Wage Calculator Application.


        8. Dental Payment Application.


        9. Car Payment Calculator Application.


      10. Class Average Application.


      11. Interest Calculator Application.


      12. Security Panel Application.


      13. Enhancing the Wage Calculator Application.


      14. Shipping Time Application.


      15. Fund Raiser Application.


      16. Craps Game Application.


      17. Flag Quiz Application.


      18. Sales Data Application.


      19. Microwave Oven Application.


      20. Shipping Hub Application.


      21. 'Cat and Mouse' Painter Application.


      22. Typing Application.


      23. Screen Scraping Application.


      24. Ticket Information Application.


      25. ATM Application.


      26. CheckWriter Application.


      27. Phone Book Application.


      28. Bookstore Application: Web Applications.


      29. Bookstore Application: Client Tier.


      30. Bookstore Application: Information Tier.


      31. Bookstore Application: Middle Tier.


      Appendix A. Operator Precedence Chart.


      Appendix B. ASCII Character Set.


      Appendix C. GUI Design Guidelines.


      Appendix D. Visual Studio .NET Windows Form Designer Tools.


      Appendix E. Controls, Events, Properties & Methods.


      Appendix F. Keyword Chart.


      Appendix G. Internet Information Services IIS Setup Instructions.


      Glossary.


      Index.