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Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic 2008, An (w/VS2008 DVD)

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9780130306548

ISBN10:
0130306541
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Paperback w/Disk
Pub. Date:
1/1/2009
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

Based on the newest version of Microsoft's VB. NET, this revision of Schneider's best-selling guide is designed for readers with no prior computer programming experience. The author uses Visual Basic .NET 2005 to explore the fundamentals of programming, building a strong foundation that will give students a sustainable understanding of programming.Offers a broad range of examples, case studies, exercises, and programming projects to give readers significant hands-on experience. Includes a new section on Graphics. Provides fully updated example text and data, including tax codes, social security forms/data, baseball statistics, and more. Contains all new, robust, interesting programming projects. Updates screenshots throughout using Windows XP. Bundles Visual Basic .NET Express automatically with each copy of the text.A useful reference for both beginning and experienced programmers who want to learn more about the latest version of Microsoft's VB. NET.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiii
The Companion Website for Students and Instructors xv
Using this Book for a Short or Condensed Course xvi
An Introduction to Computers and Visual Basic 2005
1(28)
An Introduction to Computers
2(2)
Using Windows
4(8)
Files and Folders
12(6)
An Introduction to Visual Basic 2005
18(3)
Biographical History of Computing
21(8)
Problem Solving
29(12)
Program-Development Cycle
30(2)
Programming Tools
32(9)
Fundamentals of Programming in Visual Basic
41(90)
Visual Basic Controls
42(18)
Visual Basic Events
60(13)
Numbers
73(15)
Strings
88(17)
Input and Output
105(26)
Summary
127(1)
Programming Projects
128(3)
General Procedures
131(62)
Sub Procedures, Part I
132(22)
Sub Procedures, Part II
154(15)
Function Procedures
169(14)
Modular Design
183(10)
Summary
188(1)
Programming Projects
188(5)
Decisions
193(54)
Relational and Logical Operators
194(7)
If Blocks
201(17)
Select Case Blocks
218(17)
A Case Study: Weekly Payroll
235(12)
Summary
243(1)
Programming Projects
243(4)
Repetition
247(60)
Do Loops
248(13)
Processing Lists of Data with Do Loops
261(16)
For . . . Next Loops
277(14)
A Case Study: Analyze a Loan
291(16)
Summary
301(1)
Programming Projects
301(6)
Arrays
307(104)
Creating and Accessing Arrays
308(18)
Using Arrays
326(15)
Some Additional Types of Arrays
341(15)
Sorting and Searching
356(21)
Two-Dimensional Arrays
377(15)
A Case Study: A Sophisticated Cash Register
392(19)
Summary
401(1)
Programming Projects
402(9)
Sequential Files
411(50)
Sequential Files
412(18)
Using Sequential Files
430(12)
A Case Study: Recording Checks and Deposits
442(19)
Summary
454(1)
Programming Projects
454(7)
Additional Controls and Objects
461(56)
List Boxes, Combo Boxes, and the File-Opening Control
462(10)
Seven Elementary Controls
472(12)
Four Additional Objects
484(12)
Graphics
496(21)
Summary
509(1)
Programming Projects
510(7)
Database Management
517(34)
An Introduction to Databases
518(13)
Relational Databases and SQL
531(20)
Summary
548(1)
Programming Projects
549(2)
Object-Oriented Programming
551(54)
Classes and Objects
552(17)
Arrays of Objects; Events; Containment
569(13)
Inheritance
582(23)
Summary
601(1)
Programming Projects
602(3)
Appendices
605(32)
Appendix A ANSI Values
605(2)
Appendix B How To
607(14)
Appendix C Converting from Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic 2005
621(6)
Appendix D Visual Basic Debugging Tools
627(10)
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Exercises 637(88)
Index 725


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