• Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic 2005

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic 2005

    Start and customize Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition Create a Visual Basic 2005 Windows-based application Manage the windows in the IDE Set the properties of an object Restore a property to its default setting

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 11: Multiple Classes and Inheritance

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 11: Multiple Classes and Inheritance

    Select the object that will be selected when program execution begins. In the example, this is the txtStudentID MaskedTextBox object. Scroll in the Properties window until the TabIndex property is visible and then double-click in the right column of the TabIndex property Type 1 and then press the ENTER key Select the object which should be selected when the user presses the Tab key. In the sample program, the txtStudentName TextBox object...

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 3: Using Variables and Constants

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 3: Using Variables and Constants

    Declare variables and named constants Assign data to an existing variable Convert string data to a numeric data type using the TryParse method Convert numeric data to a different data type using the Convert class methods Explain the scope and lifetime of variables and named constants Explain the purpose of the Option Explicit and Option Strict statements

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 2: Designing Applications

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 2: Designing Applications

    Plan an OO application in Visual Basic 2005 Complete a TOE (Task, Object, Event) chart Follow the Windows standards regarding the layout and labeling of controls Emphasis is on how to accomplish a task Flowchart Document representing program logic Standardized symbols show problem-solving steps Pseudocode English phrases describing the required steps It is harder to write a complex application using procedure oriented approach

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 5: More on the Selection Structure

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 5: More on the Selection Structure

    Include a nested selection structure in pseudocode and in a flowchart Code a nested selection structure Desk-check an algorithm Recognize common logic errors in selection structures Code an If/ElseIf/Else selection structure Include a Case selection structure in pseudocode and in a flowchart Code a Case selection structure Write code that uses the Is, TypeOf…Is, and Like comparison operators

     33 p cit 17/04/2013 152 1

  • Computer architecture - The Von Neumann Model

    Computer architecture - The Von Neumann Model

    Functional Units ALU = Arithmetic and Logic Unit could have many functional units. some of them special-purpose (multiply, square root, …) LC-3 performs ADD, AND, NOT Registers Small, temporary storage Operands and results of functional units LC-3 has eight registers (R0, …, R7), each 16 bits wide Word Size number of bits normally processed by ALU in one instruction also width of registers LC-3 is 16 bits

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  • Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 4: The Selection Structure

    Programming with  Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition - Chapter 4: The Selection Structure

    Write pseudocode for the selection structure Create a flowchart to help you plan an application’s code Write an If...Then...Else statement Write code that uses comparison operators and logical operators Write pseudocode for the selection structure Create a flowchart to help you plan an application’s code Write an If...Then...Else statement Write code that uses comparison operators and logical operators

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  • Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 8: Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing a Windows Application

    Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 8: Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing Debugging, Creating Executable Files, and Distributing a Windows Application

    Insert the Data Disk in drive A Start Visual Basic .NET. When the Start Page appears, click the Open Project button Double-click the Chapter8 folder on the Data Disk Double-click the Today’s Sales Check folder. If necessary, click the Today’s Sales Check solution file Click the Open button

     50 p cit 17/04/2013 138 1

  • Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 3: Building an Application in the Visual Basic .NET Environment

    Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 3: Building an Application in the Visual Basic .NET Environment

    Start Visual Basic .NET. When the Start Page displays, click the New Project button on the Start Page Click the More button Click the Create directory for Solution check box. Double-click the text, WindowsApplication1, in the Name box. Type State Tax Computation in the Name box

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  • Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 4: Working with Variables, Constants, Data Types, and Expressions

    Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 4: Working with Variables, Constants, Data Types, and Expressions

    Start Visual Basic .NET and click the New Project button on the Start Page Click Create directory for Solution, and double-click the text, WindowsApplication1, in the Name box. Type Automobile Loan Calculator in the Name box Click the Browse button. If necessary, click 3½ Floppy (A:) in the Look in box, click Chapter4, and then click Open Click the OK button

     45 p cit 17/04/2013 137 1

  • Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 2: The Visual Basic .NET Integrated Development Environment

    Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 2: The Visual Basic .NET Integrated Development Environment

    Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Click the Start button on the taskbar and then point to All Programs on the Start menu Point to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET on the All Programs submenu Point to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET on the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET submenu Click Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

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  • Analysis and design of algorithms - chapter 8: Approximation Algorithms

    Analysis and design of algorithms - chapter 8: Approximation Algorithms

    Many problems of practical significance are NP-complete but are too important to abandon merely because obtaining an optimal solution is intractable. If a problem is NP-complete, we are unlikely to find a polynomial time algorithm for solving it exactly, but it may still be possible to find near-optimal solution in polynomial time. In practice, near-optimality is often good enough. An algorithm that returns near-optimal solutions is called...

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