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Coding Techniques for Microsoft Visual Basic.Netby John Connell
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Book News Annotation:
In this book/CD-ROM using working programs as examples, chapters walk readers through sample applications that illustrate points about Visual Basic .NET. The book covers essentials of object-oriented programming in Visual Basic .NET and explains how to build classes and work with the .NET Framework classes, how to work with arrays and collections, and how to debug and handle errors in programs. It also covers working with .NET assemblies, files, and data streams, monitoring files over a network, and Web services. The CD-ROM contains a searchable electronic copy of the book, and sample code written in Visual Basic .NET. Connell is an applications developer who teaches graduate programming classes at DePaul University.
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This unique title goes beyond simply using academic snippets of code to demonstrate a point or language construct to teach Visual Basic.Net. Designed for the beginning, self-taught, or even experienced programmers who are switching to Microsoft Visual Basic.Net from other languages, this book provides insights.
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