In this new edition of his popular title, Moving to VB .NET: Strategies, Concepts, and Code, Second Edition, Visual Basic guru Dan Appleman not only updates the book to include coverage of changes to Visual Basic .NET in Visual Studio .NET 2003, but he extends the areas most important to VB .NET programmers since its release. Topics such as .NET remoting, versioning, and object-oriented programming are further illuminated using Appleman's own personable and highly effective style. Appleman explains the whys and hows of the VB .NET technology features, and delves into the controversies around many of the choices. Evaluating VB .NET from the perspective of the developer, you'll learn to write high quality VB .NET code in well-designed applications. The author brings the same attention to technical detail and real-world attitude to this second edition as he has brought to all of his past books.NET are created in much the same way as you created user-defined types in VB6 except that you use the new ... Under VB .NET, the String data type is a Reference type.2 So, here you have a Value type that contains a single variable, which isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Moving to VB .NET|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-04-07|