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VisualBasic .NET For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-0867-7
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432 pages
November 2001
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Introduction.

PART I: Creating a Visual Basic .NET Program.

Chapter 1: How Visual Basic .NET Works.

Chapter 2: Using the Visual Basic .NET User Interface.

Chapter 3: Designing Your First User Interface.

Chapter 4: Writing BASIC Code.

PART II: Creating User Interfaces.

Chapter 5: User Interface Design 101.

Chapter 6: Designing Forms.

Chapter 7: Boxes and Buttons for Making Choices.

Chapter 8: Text Boxes and Labels for Typing and Showing Words.

Chapter 9: Showing Choices with List and Combo Boxes.

Chapter 10: Fine-Tuning the Appearance of Your User Interface.

PART III: Making Menus.

Chapter 11: Creating and Editing Pull-Down Menus.

Chapter 12: Submenus, Growing Menus, and Pop-Up Menus.

Chapter 13: Showing Dialog Boxes.

PART IV: The Basics of Writing Code.

Chapter 14: Writing Event-Handling Procedures.

Chapter 15: Using Variables.

Chapter 16: Getting Data from the User.

Chapter 17: Math 101: Arithmetic, Logical, and Comparison Operators.

Chapter 18: Strings and Things.

Chapter 19: Defining Constants and Using Comments.

Chapter 20: Storing Stuff in Data Structures.

Chapter 21: Killing Bugs.

PART V: Making Decisions and Getting Loopy.

Chapter 22: Making Decisions with If-Then Statements.

Chapter 23: The Select Case Statement.

Chapter 24: Repeating Yourself with Loops.

Chapter 25: For-Next Loops That Can Count.

Chapter 26: Nested Loops and Quick Exits.

PART VI: Writing Subprograms (So You Don't Go Crazy All at Once).

Chapter 27: General Procedures (Subprograms That Everyone Can Share).

Chapter 28: Passing Arguments.

Chapter 29: Functions, a Unique Type of Subprogram.

PART VII: Understanding Object-Oriented Programming.

Chapter 30: What the Heck Is Object-Oriented Programming?

Chapter 31: Getting Some Class with Object-Oriented Programming.

Chapter 32: Using Inheritance and Overloading.

PART VIII: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 33: Ten Visual Basic .NET Topics That Didn't Fit Anywhere Else.

Chapter 34: (Almost) Ten Tips for Using the Visual Basic .NET User Interface.

Index.
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