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Simply Visual Basic.Net & MS Visual Basic.Net 2003 (Supplement) Package

by: Harvey Deitel, Paul Deitel, Tem Nieto

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Publisher: PRENTICE HALL,2003/08/07

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 0131785893
ISBN13: 9780131785892

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  For courses in Visual Basic .NET Programming. This package contains a supplement which is the update to Visual Basic.Net 2003.

  Unique in its approach, this comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic .NET combines the DeitelÖ signature Live-CodeÖ Approach with a new Application-DrivenÖ 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.


Step-by-step tutorial approach.

Shows how to build and execute complete applications from start to finish.

  Application-DrivenÖ methodology.

Includes 31 tutorials and 100+ exercises based on real-world applications.

  Full four-color presentation.

Invites students into the text and keeps them reading.

  Syntax coloring.

Code is colored similar to the way it appears in Visual Studio .NET.

  Code highlighting--Emphasizes key portions of the source-code listings in the text using a yellow background highlight.

Draws students attention to featured program segments.

  Line numbers.

Provides easy reference in every sample program.

  Screenshots--Shows the output of every sample program.

Allows students to see the effects of their programming, firsthand.

  Shows students screen captures on the page exactly as they appear on their computer screens.

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

Draws students' attention to the nuances that make programming easier or that often trip up novices.

  Graphics and multimedia-rich content.

Makes the text inviting and accessible to students regardless of their preferred learning styles.

  UML activity diagrams--Replace flowcharts.

Allows students to gain practice reading the types of diagrams used in industry.

  Glossary--Includes Visual Basic .NET and programming terms.

Ensures that students gain fluency in the language necessary for professional-level programming.

  Self-review exercises and answers--After almost all sections in a tutorial.

Gives students the opportunity to test their understanding of concepts and procedures and receive feedback on their progress.

  Multi-level index.

Makes it easy for students to find exactly the information for which they are looking.


Table of Contents

1. Graphing Application.

  Introducing Computers, the Internet and Visual Basic .NET.

      2. Welcome Application.

  Introducing the Visual Studio .NET IDE.

      3. Welcome Application.

  Introduction to Visual Programming.

      4. Designing the Inventory Application.

  Introducing TextBoxes and Buttons.

      5. Completing the Inventory Application.

  Introducing Programming.

      6. Enhancing the Inventory Application.

  Introducing Variables, Memory Concepts and Arithmetic.

      7. Wage Calculator Application.

  Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control.

      8. Dental Payment Application.

  Introducing CheckBoxes and Message Dialogs.

      9. Car Payment Calculator Application.

  Introducing the Do While...Loop and Do Until...Loop Repetition Statements.

      10. Class Average Application.

  Introducing the Do...Loop While and Do Loop...Until Repetition Statements.

      11. Interest Calculator Application.

  Introducing the For...Next Repetition Statement.

      12. Security Panel Application.

  Introducing the Select Case Multiple-Selection Statement.

      13. Enhancing the Wage Calculator Application.

  Introducing Function Procedures and Sub Procedures.

      14. Shipping Time Application.

  Using Dates and Timers.

      15. Fund Raiser Application.

  Introducing Scope, Pass-by-Reference and Option Strict.

      16. Craps Game Application.

  Introducing Random-Number Generation.

      17. Flag Quiz Application.

  Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays and Combo Boxes.

      18. Sales Data Application.

  Introducing Two-Dimensional Arrays, RadioButtons and the MSChart Control.

      19. Microwave Oven Application.

  Building Your Own Classes and Objects.

      20. Shipping Hub Application.

  Introducing Collections, the For Each...Next Statement and Access Keys.

      21. 'Cat and Mouse' Painter Application.

  Introducing the Graphics Object and Mouse Events.

      22. Typing Application.

  Introducing Keyboard Events, Menus and Dialogs.

      23. Screen Scraping Application.

  Introducing String Processing.

      24. Ticket Information Application.

  Introducing Sequential-Access Files.

      25. ATM Application.

  Introducing Database Programming.

      26. CheckWriter Application.

  Introducing Graphics and Printing.

      27. Phone Book Application.

  Introducing Multimedia Using Microsoft Agent.

      28. Bookstore Application: Web Applications.

  Introducing Internet Information Services.

      29. Bookstore Application: Client Tier.

  Introducing Web Controls.

      30. Bookstore Application: Information Tier.

  Examining the Database and Creating Database Components.

      31. Bookstore Application: Middle Tier.

  Introducing Code-Behind Files.

      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 and Methods.

Appendix F. Keyword Chart.

Appendix G. Internet Information Services (IIS) Setup Instructions.