Programming in Visual Basic. NET (With CD) 4th  Edition
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Programming in Visual Basic. NET (With CD) 4th Edition (English, Paperback, Julia Case Bradley, Anita Millspaugh)


Programming in Visual Basic. NET (With CD) 4th Edition  (English, Paperback, Julia Case Bradley, Anita Millspaugh)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Mcgraw Hill Education
  • ISBN: 9780070529090, 0070529094
  • Edition: 4th Edition, 2002
  • Pages: 624

Programming in Visual Basic.NET, by best-selling authors Bradley & Millspaugh, maintains the strong pedagogy that has been used to teach students how to program in Visual Basic since VB 4.0. Instructors and students like this book because it does not just teach Visual Basic, it incorporates basic concepts of programming, problem solving, and programming logic. Programming in Visual Basic.NET has been completely revised: including the text, website, and instructor?s materials.

Key Features

  • Student CD packaged with text for FREE that contains a Working Model of VB.NET & Student Data Files for exercises in the text and end-of-chapter materials. Students use this CD to practice their newly learned Visual Basic skills.
  • Object Oriented Programming: Visual Basic .NET is the first version of Visual Basic that is truly object-oriented. The coverage of the book stresses this fact. Creating classes is introduced much earlier than previous versions and includes several examples of inheritance and parameterized constructors.
  • Enhanced Marginal Tips: These in-chapter tips help students avoid potential trouble spots in their programs and encourage them to develop good programming habits from the start. Based on user feedback, the tips have been increased and identified according to type.
  • New Online Learning Center! The OLC is the Programming in Visual Basic.NET website and will include self quizzes, additional review questions, links to programming resources, additional programming exercises, and additional case studies. Students can use this material to reinforce what they learned in the text.
  • Hands-On Programming Examples help students understand the process of planning, writing, and executing Visual Basic programs. After an important concept has been explained, a Hands-On Programming Exercise implements the newly learned skill in a way that will ensure the students understand the skill every time.
  • Feedback Questions within chapter give students time to reflect on the current topic and to evaluate their understanding of the details.
  • Tips and Shortcuts for Mastering the VB Environment is an appendix that brings together the many helpful in-chapter tips to serve as a reference for the student.
  • End-of-Chapter Material includes Summary, Key Terms, Review Questions, and Programming Exercises. Helps reinforce the chapter content.
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Book Details
Publication Year
  • 2002
Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET
    Chapter 2  More Controls
    Chapter 3 Variables, Constants, and Calculations
    Chapter 4  Decisions and Conditions
    Chapter 5 Menus, Sub Procedures, and Sub Functions
    Chapter 6  OOP Creating Object-Oriented Programs
    Chapter 7  Lists, Loops, and Printing
    Chapter 8   Arrays **Note: TOC headings for Chapter 9 through 13 are still in the development stages.
    Chapter 9 Programming With Web Forms
    Chapter 10 Accessing DataBase Files
    Chapter 11 Using Streams for Data Storage
    Chapter 12 Graphics
    Chapter 13 Advanced Topics in Visual Basic
    Appendix A Answers to Feedback Questions
    Appendix B Functions for Dates, Financial Calculations, Mathematics, and String Operations
    Appendix C Tips and Shortcuts for Mastering the Visual Studio Environment

Authored By
  • Julia Case Bradley, Anita Millspaugh
Author Info
  • Julia Case Bradley and Anita Millspaugh are professors at Mt. San Antonio College.
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