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Next time you hit the wall with a tough Visual Basic .NET problem, get the code behind the solution—and solve it the right way. This PROGRAMMER’S COOKBOOK provides at-a-glance reference to hundreds of Visual Basic .NET programming scenarios using a concise, problem/solution format. The book’s organized so you can quickly zero in on the topics and answers you need—with practical examples, code snippets, best practices, and undocumented secrets that get the job done.

No half-baked solutions. Get expert code from expert developers.

  • Get hundreds of recipes covering every application type—from Microsoft Windows to Web pages, Web services, remote components, and Windows services.
  • Learn when to use lower-level Win32 APIs and COM components vs. the Microsoft .NET Framework
  • Discover practical ways to deal with XML data and handle data binding with Microsoft ADO.NET.
  • Build object-oriented components from scratch to access FTP sites, contact POP mail servers, and work with vectors, fractions, and complex numbers.
  • Extend the reach of your Windows applications with WMI and use JavaScript to enhance Web pages.
  • Tackle advanced techniques for multithreading, .NET Remoting, reflection, and cryptography.
  • Uncover free third-party components to read zip files, write PDF documents, show menus in Microsoft ASP.NET, and more.
  • Get all the book’s code recipes on line.
  • Book News Annotation:

    Providing easy access to hundreds of Visual Basic .NET programming scenarios in a problem/solution format, this reference for experienced professionals contains practical examples, tips, code, shortcuts, and best practices for mastering all aspects of Visual Basic .NET. MacDonald has written several programming books. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

    Synopsis:

    Next time you hit the wall with a tough Visual Basic .NET problem, get the code behind the solution--and solve it the right way. This PROGRAMMER'S COOKBOOK provides at-a-glance reference to hundreds of Visual Basic .NET programming scenarios using a concise, problem/solution format. The book's organized so you can quickly zero in on the topics and answers you need--with practical examples, code snippets, best practices, and undocumented secrets that get the job done.

    No half-baked solutions. Get expert code from expert developers. Get hundreds of recipes covering every application type--from Microsoft Windows to Web pages, Web services, remote components, and Windows services. Learn when to use lower-level Win32 APIs and COM components vs. the Microsoft .NET Framework Discover practical ways to deal with XML data and handle data binding with Microsoft ADO.NET. Build object-oriented components from scratch to access FTP sites, contact POP mail servers, and work with vectors, fractions, and complex numbers. Extend the reach of your Windows applications with WMI and use JavaScript to enhance Web pages. Tackle advanced techniques for multithreading, .NET Remoting, reflection, and cryptography. Uncover free third-party components to read zip files, write PDF documents, show menus in Microsoft ASP.NET, and more. Get all the book's code recipes on line.

    Synopsis:

    Key Book Benefits: - Filled with the code recipes that developers need, this is the logical place to start building development projects or to learn more about Visual Basic .NET.- Gives the Visual Basic developer a reference to come back to time and time again for solutions to common .NET programming challenges.- Ideal for the intermediate or advanced developer who says, "Just give me the code, let me see how others are using it, and let me play

    About the Author

    Matthew MacDonald is a developer, author, and educator in all things Visual Basic and .NET. He's worked with Visual Basic and ASP since their initial versions, and written over a dozen books on the subject, including The Book of VB .NET (No Starch Press) and Visual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook (O'Reilly). He has also written Excel 2007:The Missing Manual, Excel 2007 for Starters: The Missing Manual, Access 2007:The Missing Manual, and Access 2

    Table of Contents

    AcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1: Strings and Regular ExpressionsChapter 2: Numbers, Dates, and Other Data TypesChapter 3: Arrays and CollectionsChapter 4: Objects, Interfaces, and PatternsChapter 5: Files and DirectoriesChapter 6: XMLChapter 7: MultithreadingChapter 8: Network ProgrammingChapter 9: ReflectionChapter 10: Windows ProgrammingChapter 11: Windows ControlsChapter 12: Printing and Drawing with GDI+Chapter 13: Windows ServicesChapter 14: ADO.NETChapter 15: ASP.NET Web ApplicationsChapter 16: Web ServicesChapter 17: Remoting and Enterprise ServicesChapter 18: Security and CryptographyChapter 19: Useful COM InteropAppendix : About the Author

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780735619319
    Author:
    Macdonald, Matthew
    Publisher:
    Microsoft Press
    Author:
    MacDonald, Matthew
    Author:
    McDonald, Matthew
    Location:
    Redmond, Wash.
    Subject:
    Programming - General
    Subject:
    Programming Languages - Visual BASIC
    Subject:
    BASIC (Computer program language)
    Subject:
    Microsoft Visual BASIC
    Subject:
    BASIC
    Subject:
    Microsoft .NET
    Subject:
    Computer Languages-Visual Basic
    Copyright:
    Edition Description:
    Trade Paper
    Series:
    Developer Reference
    Series Volume:
    n. 384
    Publication Date:
    20030604
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Language:
    English
    Illustrations:
    Y
    Pages:
    800
    Dimensions:
    9 x 7.38 x 1.93 in 3.43 lb

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    Product details 800 pages Microsoft Press - English 9780735619319 Reviews:
    "Synopsis" by , Next time you hit the wall with a tough Visual Basic .NET problem, get the code behind the solution--and solve it the right way. This PROGRAMMER'S COOKBOOK provides at-a-glance reference to hundreds of Visual Basic .NET programming scenarios using a concise, problem/solution format. The book's organized so you can quickly zero in on the topics and answers you need--with practical examples, code snippets, best practices, and undocumented secrets that get the job done.

    No half-baked solutions. Get expert code from expert developers. Get hundreds of recipes covering every application type--from Microsoft Windows to Web pages, Web services, remote components, and Windows services. Learn when to use lower-level Win32 APIs and COM components vs. the Microsoft .NET Framework Discover practical ways to deal with XML data and handle data binding with Microsoft ADO.NET. Build object-oriented components from scratch to access FTP sites, contact POP mail servers, and work with vectors, fractions, and complex numbers. Extend the reach of your Windows applications with WMI and use JavaScript to enhance Web pages. Tackle advanced techniques for multithreading, .NET Remoting, reflection, and cryptography. Uncover free third-party components to read zip files, write PDF documents, show menus in Microsoft ASP.NET, and more. Get all the book's code recipes on line.

    "Synopsis" by , Key Book Benefits: - Filled with the code recipes that developers need, this is the logical place to start building development projects or to learn more about Visual Basic .NET.- Gives the Visual Basic developer a reference to come back to time and time again for solutions to common .NET programming challenges.- Ideal for the intermediate or advanced developer who says, "Just give me the code, let me see how others are using it, and let me play
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