Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 for Windows Applications: Introductory
Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 for Windows Applications: Introductory teaches students the essentials of computer programming using the latest Visual Basic programming language, Visual Basic 2010. Six chapters and four appendices cover topics such as designing a Visual Basic user interface, creating a windows application, variables and arithmetic operations, mobile applications using decision structures, and loop structures. Written in a straight-forward style with the innovative Guided Program Development section in each chapter, this text makes it easy for any novice programmer to understand the core capabilities and fundamental skills and techniques for Visual Basic 2010.
- Introduces students from any discipline to the fundamentals of computer programming and code, with an emphasis on producing well-written and readable programs, using Visual Basic 2010 software.
- Illustrates each step in the chapter project with the Online Reinforcement videos on the Online Companion. Encourages students to work independently, while verifying accuracy, using the Guided Program Development section.
- Provides insight into real world applications and use of tools by developers with In the Real World boxes. Heads-Up boxes indicate areas of interest and show multiple ways of completing the same task.
- Shows students potential places for errors and difficulties that can arise from using a particular command with the Watch Out For boxes.
- Offers extensive end-of-chapter exercises, including Debugging Exercises and Programming Assignments, which help students master chapter material.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Visual Basic 2010 Programming.
2. Program and Graphical User Interface Design.
3. Program Design and Coding.
4. Variables and Arithmetic Operations.
5. Decision Structures.
6. Loop Structures.
B: The My Namespace.
C: Naming Conventions.
- Paperback: 472 pages
- Publisher: Course Technology (July 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0538468459
- ISBN-13: 978-0538468459