Synopses & Reviews
Pairing fundamental programming concepts with business applications and also fun and engaging game applications, MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2010: RELOADED, 4E provides a solid foundation in programming principles and how to use them. The book begins by covering the basics, like creating user interfaces, and understanding variables, constants, and calculations. Building upon this knowledge, coverage progresses to more advanced topics like creating classes and objects and using ADO.NET, LINQ, and ASP.NET. This edition leverages the powerful pedagogy of previous editions, but brings it up-to-date with Visual Basic 2010 and new examples and applications.
Pairing fundamental programming concepts with business applications and also fun and engaging game applications, MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2010: RELOADED, 4E provides a solid foundation in programming principles and how to use them.
About the Author
Prolific author and respected professional, Diane Zak continues to provide an inspiring and uncomplicated learning experience for students through her widely popular programming books. Recognized for their unique, readable, and friendly style, each book reflects Zak's knowledge of student needs and her extensive understanding of computer programming and its use in business today. Each book is carefully crafted with the modern student in mind. Diane Zak holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems, a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, and a Master of Arts degree in Adult and Continuing Education. She has taught at various computer training centers and most recently served as professor at College of DuPage in Illinois.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to Visual Basic 2010. 2. Creating a User Interface. 3. Variables, Constants, and Arithmetic Operators. 4. Making Decisions in a Program. 5. More on the Selection Structure. 6. The Do Loop and List Boxes. 7. The For?Next Loop. 8. Sub and Function Procedures. 9. Arrays. 10. Structures and Sequential Access Files. 11. String Manipulation. 12. Creating Classes and Objects. 13. Working with Access Databases and LINQ. 14. Creating Web Applications. Appendix A How to Boxes. Appendix B Most Commonly Used Properties of Objects. Appendix C Visual Basic Conversion Functions. Appendix D GUI Design Guidelines. Online Appendix E Creating Menus. Online Appendix F Collections. Online Appendix G Adding Printing Capabilities to an Application. Online Appendix H Locating Syntax and Logic Errors.