Designed for those familiar with Visual Basic .NET and working towards the MCSD exam, this text provides users with the ability to create programs which satisfy the demands of todayAcanacs business environment. Its modular design allows users to focus on several specific database-related topics and covers items such as class modules and object-oriented programming. Each chapter consists of a programming-related problem that the reader could expect to encounter in business, followed by a demonstration of an application that could be used to solve that problem. Using the unique Course Technology methodology, the text reinforces the development process and emphasizes how each phase relates to the others.In VB .NET, types are divided into two primary categories: value types and reference types. ai Value types store data directly in the variable. Many built-in data types such as Short (IntI 6), Integer (Int32), Long (Int64), Single, and Double are allanbsp;...
|Title||:||MCSD/MCAD Guide to Developing and Implementing Windows-Based Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic. Net|
|Author||:||Michael V. Ekedahl|
|Publisher||:||Course Technology Ptr - 2004-01-01|