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Advanced VB. NET Alternate with VB. Net CD's

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780321398666

ISBN10:
0321398661
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
Publisher(s):
Addison Wesley
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Summary

This book takes those who are familiar with the basics of Visual Basic.NET programming, and helps them understand how to harness its power for more advanced uses.Coverage of various database, ASP, and Web Services topics is provided in the same understandable way that has made Tony Gaddis'books leaders in the field. This is recommended for readers who have a foundational understanding of Visual Basic.NET.

Table of Contents

Classes
Introduction
Value Types and Reference Types
Value Type
Reference Type
Life and the Garbage Collector
Namespaces
Object-Oriented Design
Finding the Classes
Looking for Control Structures
Describing the Classes
Interface and Implementation
Inheritance
Clients and Servers
Creating Classes
Hands-On Tutorial: Student Class
Methods
Hands-On Tutorial: Adding the Get Grade Average Method
Public and Private Member Access
Properties
Using Properties for Data Validation
Read Only Properties
Hands-On Tutorial: Adding Properties to the Student Class
Shared Variables and Properties
Constructors and Destructors
Overloading the Constructor
Optional Constructor Parameters
Assigning Property Values in Constructors
Hands-On Tutorial: Adding a Parameterized Constructor to the Student Class
Multi-Tier Applications
Hands-On Tutorial: Bank Teller Application
Hands-On Tutorial: Bank Teller Transaction Log
Composition Relationships Between Classes
Employee Information Example
Using UML to Describe Classes
Displaying the Objects
Hands-On Tutorial: Employee Information
Optional Topic: Using Text Files
Exceptions and User Interfaces
User Interface Design
Introduction
Designing Forms
Using Microsoft Office as a Model
Input Validation
General Principles
Trapping Individual Keystrokes
Hands-On Example: Account Number Input
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