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Beginning VB.NET 2003

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On-line Price: TBAPaperbackpackage, 900

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Publisher: WROX PRESS,2004/03/15

Category: VB.NET Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0764556584
ISBN13: 9780764556586

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Beginning VB.NET

          From the Publisher

  Microsoft Visual Basicr is the most popular programming language in the world, with millions of lines of code used in businesses and applications of all types and sizes. With Visual Basic .NET, Microsoft introduces some fundamental new features, particularly the ability to program against the .NET Framework.

Keeping a constant view on real-life programming practices, Beginning VB.NET will guide you from your first Visual Basic .NET program right through to producing powerful, database driven applications for Windows and the Web.

  This book is suitable whether you are new to programming, have some experience with other versions of Visual Basic, or are migrating to Windows programming from another platform. It will give you the thorough grounding you need to write real-world, commercial applications.

  What you will learn from this book

  This book will show you:

  How to get up and running with the Visual Basic .NET or Visual Studior .NET IDE

How to write Visual Basic .NET code

What the .NET Framework is and why it is important

How to use loops and branching structures so that your programs can make decisions

How to use menus, toolbars, dialog boxes, and other controls in your Windows programs

What object-oriented programming is, and what it means to you

How to create re-usable class libraries and user controls


Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Welcome to Visual Basic .NET.

  Chapter 2. Writing Software.

  Chapter 3. Controlling the Flow.

  Chapter 4. Building Objects.

  Chapter 5. The Microsoft .NET Framework.

  Chapter 6. Working with Data Structures.

  Chapter 7. Building Windows Applications.

  Chapter 8. Displaying Dialog Boxes.

  Chapter 9. Creating Menus.

  Chapter 10. Advanced Object-Oriented Techniques.

  Chapter 11. Debugging and Error Handling.

  Chapter 12. Building Class Libraries.

  Chapter 13. Creating Your Own Custom Controls.

  Chapter 14. Programming Custom Graphics.

  Chapter 15. Accessing Databases.

  Chapter 16. Database Programming with SQL Server and ADO.NET.

  Chapter 17. Web Forms.

  Chapter 18. Visual Basic .NET and XML.

  Chapter 19. Web Services.

  Appendix A. Where to Now?

  Appendix B. Exercise Answers.