Beginning Visual Basic .NET

Beginning Visual Basic .NET
Authors
Matthew Reynolds, Jonathan Crossland, Richard Blair, Thearon Willis
ISBN
1861004966
Published
01 Oct 2001
Purchase online
amazon.com

Visual Basic .NET is the latest version of the most widely used programming language in the world, popular with professional developers and complete beginners alike. This book will teach you Visual Basic .NET from first principles.

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Visual Basic .NET is the latest version of the most widely used programming language in the world, popular with professional developers and complete beginners alike. This book will teach you Visual Basic .NET from first principles. You'll quickly and easily learn how to write Visual Basic .NET code and create attractive windows and forms for the users of your applications. To get you started on the road to professional development you'll also learn about object-oriented programming, creating your own controls, working with databases, creating menus, and working with graphics.

This book is written in the proven Wrox beginning style with clear explanations and plenty of code samples. Every new concept is explained thoroughly with Try It Out! examples and there are end-of-chapter questions to test yourself.

This book covers:

Installing Visual Basic .NET
How to write Visual Basic .NET code
What the .NET Framework is and why it's important
Controlling the flow through your application with loops and branching structures
Creating useful windows and screens
Creating your own menus
A complete introduction to object-oriented programming
Working with graphics
Creating your own controls
Accessing databases with ADO.NET
Creating applications for the web

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