• 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

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  • Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 7: Using Menus, Common Dialogs, Procedures, Functions, and Arrays

    Visual Basic.NET - Chapter 7: Using Menus, Common Dialogs, Procedures, Functions, and Arrays

    Add a StatusBar control by dragging the StatusBar button from the Toolbox window to the bottom of the Form1 form Add one PictureBox, one GroupBox, four RadioButtons inside the GroupBox, and two Buttons Add a ContextMenu control Add a FontDialog control Set the control properties as they appear in table 7-4 on pages VB 7.19 – VB 7.21

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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

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  • 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 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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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 12: Cell Phone Applications and Web Services

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 12: Cell Phone Applications and Web Services

    With Visual Studio 2005 open, click the New Project button on the Standard toolbar, click Smart Device in the Project types pane on the left side of the New Project dialog box, and then, if necessary, click the plus sign next to Smart Device Click Smartphone 2003 under Smart Device in the Project types list. In the Templates pane, click Device Application (1.0) In the Name text box, change the name of the Smart Device application from...

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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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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 10: Incorporating Databases with ADO.NET 2.0

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 10: Incorporating Databases with ADO.NET 2.0

    A database is a collection of related information stored in a structured format A database organizes data in tables Each row is referred to as a record Each column in a table is referred to as a field A unique field is an identifier that represents the primary key for the table

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 9: Using Arrays and File Handling

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 9: Using Arrays and File Handling

    An array variable is simply a variable that can store more than one value Each individual item in array that contains a value is called an element Arrays provide access to data by using a numeric index, or subscript, to identify each element in the array

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 8: Using Procedures and Exception Handling

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 8: Using Procedures and Exception Handling

    As an application grows, it is important to divide each facet of a problem into separate sections of code called procedures Try-Catch blocks can check for any error a user might commit One way to make your programs more professional is to display a splash screen while the full program loads ( also distracts the user if the program takes a while to load… )

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 7: Creating Web Applications

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 7: Creating Web Applications

    Visual Studio allows you to create applications that can execute on the World Wide Web Visual Basic 2005 includes ASP.NET 2.0 technology, with which you can create a user interface and a form for a Web application A Web form is a page displayed in a Web browser such as Internet Explorer or Firefox that requests data from the user

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  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 6: Loop Structures

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 - Chapter 6: Loop Structures

    A fundamental process in a computer program is to repeat a series of instructions either while a condition is true (or not true) or until a condition is true (or not true) The process of repeating a set of instructions while a condition is true or until a condition is true is called looping. Another term for looping is iteration

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