From the author of the highly acclaimed Book of VB .NET comes this comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic 2005, the newest version of Microsoftas popular programming language. If youare a developer who is new to the language, you will learn to use VB 2005 effectively. If youare from the old school of VB but havenat yet made the jump to .NET, you will be able to make the transition seamlessly. And you wonat have to wade through boring, unnecessary material before you get there. This guide covers all the necessities, ditching jargon and getting right to the substance of how to: * Implement object-oriented programming with classes, interfaces, and inheritance * Design well-behaved multithreaded applications * Work with XML, file streams, and ADO.NET, the .NET toolkit for relational databases * Build code-driven web pages and rich Windows applications * Deploy your applications with snazzy setup programs Conversational in tone and eminently readable, this book tackles VB 2005as hot new features and explains how to work with .NET, but it doesnat water the information down for beginners. After a brief overview of changes from VB 6, youall get real-world examples in each chapter that will get you up to speed and ready to perform in the VB 2005 environment. Helpful code examples, references to additional online material, and tips on planning, design, and architecture round out The Book of Visual Basic 2005. Professional developers who need to master VB 2005 will want this book by their side.NET Insight for Classic VB Developers Matthew MacDonald. You could then make a decision about whether to use the file by creating an instance of the class . The following example uses a shared method named CalculateBirthDate() toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Book of Visual Basic 2005|
|Publisher||:||No Starch Press - 2006|