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Object Oriented Programming in Visual Basic .NET

by: Alistair McMonnies

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Publisher: ,2003/12/28

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 0201787059
ISBN13: 9780201787054

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Description

This book takes an object-oriented approach to introduce Visual Basic .NET. The author begins by covering object-oriented analysis, design, and modeling using UML. He then moves into a detailed discussion of objects and classes, after which, students begin developing their own short programs. Advanced topics such as, data structures, components, and distributed/internet programming are also covered in the text.


      Features

Offers a companion Web site for students including additional program examples and how to use VB .NET to program database applications.

A student version of Visual Studio .NET accompanies the book.

Teaches students how to create their own short programs using VB .NET


  

Table of Contents

Introduction.


        1. Software Development.


        2. Software Design.


        3. The Visual Basic .Net language.


        4. Objects, Classes, Types.


        5. Controlling Program Code.


        6. Data Structures.


        7. Inheritance and Polymorphism.


        8. Windows Applications.


        9. Windows Controls.


      10. Object Modelling.


      11. Files, Streams and Serialization.


      12. Databases.


      Appendix 1. Working without Visual Studio.


      Appendix 2. Database Connections.


      Appendix 3. Program Style.


      Appendix 4. Application Checklist.