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This revision of Schneiderrs"s best-selling guide is designed for readers with no prior programming experience. It focuses on developing good problem-solving skills, building a strong foundation that will give readers a sustainable understanding of programming. KEYTOPICS:Based on Visual Basic 2008, the book starts with a brief review of the preliminaries of Windows, and then focuses on problem-solving. A broad range of real-world examples, section-ending exercises, case studies, and programming projects gives readers significant hands-on experience. A useful reference for both beginning programmers and those moving from another language and that want to learn more about programming with the latest version of Microsoftrs"s Visual Basic.
Table of Contents
|The Companion Website for Students and Instructors|
|Using this Book for a Short or Condensed Course|
|An Introduction to Computers and Problem Solving|
|An Introduction to Computers|
|Windows, Folders, and Files|
|Program Development Cycle|
|Visual Basic. Controls, and Events|
|An Introduction to Visual Basic 2008|
|VB 2008 Controls|
|VB 2008 Events|
|Variables, Input, and Output|
|Input and Output|
|Relational and Logical Operators|
|Select Case Blocks|
|Sub Procedures, Part I|
|Sub Procedures, Part II|
|A Case Study: Weekly Payroll|
|Processing Lists of Data With Do Loops|
|A Case Study: Analyze A Loan|
|Creating And Accessing Arrays|
|Some Additional Types of Arrays|
|Sorting and Searching|
|Two dimensional Arrays|
|A Case Study: A Sophisticated Cash Register|
|Using Sequential Files|
|A Case Study: Recording Checks and Deposits|
|Additional Controls and Objects|
|List Boxes, Combo Boxes, and the File-Opening Control|
|Seven Elementary Controls|
|Four Additional Objects|
|An Introduction to Databases|
|Relational Databases and SQL|
|Objects and Classes|
|Arrays of Objects Events Containment|
|Converting from VB 6.0 to VB 2008|
|A Biographical History of Computing|
|Folders and Files|
|Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Exercises|
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