Visual Basic.NET 2003

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Microsoft Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) is an evolution of Microsoft's Visual Basic (VB) implemented on the Microsoft .NET framework. VB.NET is an application development programming language where can create applications for Windows, Web, Mobile devices etc.

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  •   Author MentoringOpen or Close
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    Audience

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    Job Roles and Opportunities

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    Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills

    00:54

     
     


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    Inspire with samples

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  •   Fundamentals of VB.NETOpen or Close
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    History of Visual Basic .NET

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    What is Visual Basic.NET?

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    Why we learn Visual Basic .NET?

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    Course Objectives

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    Checklist for Installation

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    Installing and configuring VB.NET

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  •   Introduction to Visual Studio .NETOpen or Close
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    Understanding Visual Studio .NET

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    Walk around the Start Page

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    Visual Basic Project Templates

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    Exploring the IDE

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    Your First Program - Hello World

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  •   Understanding .NET FrameworkOpen or Close
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    Introduction to .NET Framework

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    Understanding .NET Framework Architecture

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    Common Language Specification

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    .Net Framework Execution Process

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    Understanding .NET Framework CLR

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    Understanding JIT compiler

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  •   Programming FundamentalsOpen or Close
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    Data types in VB.NET

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    Explaining Data Types - I

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    Explaining Data Types - II

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    Variables in VB.NET

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    Operators in VB.NET

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    Operator Precedence

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    Constants and Enumerations

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    Arrays

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    Array - Sample Program

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    Scope

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    References, Namespaces and Imports - I

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    References, Namespaces and Imports - II

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  •   Object Oriented ProgrammingOpen or Close
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    Introduction to OOPS

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    Classes in VB.NET

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    Objects

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    Abstraction in VB.NET

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    Encapsulation in VB.NET

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    Polymorphism in VB.NET

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    Inheritance in VB.NET

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    Creating Structures

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    Method Arguments

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    Creating Properties

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    Constructors

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    Initializers

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    Copy Constructors

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    The Me Keyword

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  •   Using Conditions, Loops and TimersOpen or Close
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    Using Conditional Expressions

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    Branching and its Types

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    If…Then Statements

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    If…Else Statements

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    Nested If Statements

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    Else If statement

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    Select Case Statement

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    Creating Loops with Goto

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    The Do Loop - I

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    The Do Loop - II

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    Breaking Out of a Do Loop

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    The For Loop

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    Controlling a For Loop Using Next

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    Button Control

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    Textbox Control

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    Rich Text Box Control

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    Label and Link Label

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    Check Box Control

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    List Box Control

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    Checked List Box Control

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    Radio Button Control

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    Combo Box Control

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    Panel, Group Box and Picture Box Controls

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    ToolTip Component

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  •   Advanced Toolbox Components and ControlsOpen or Close
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    Error Provider Component

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    Help Provider Component

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    Date Time Picker Control

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    Month Calendar Control

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    Timer Control

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    Tree View Control

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    Main Menu Component

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    Context Menu Component

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Testing your knowledge of Visual Studio .NET

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.Net Framework - Self Test

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Self Evaluating Object Oriented Programming

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Testing with Conditions, Loops and Timers

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Windows Form Controls – Self Test

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Self Evaluating Advanced Components and Controls

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Glossary

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Abstract IL (ILX)

A toolkit for accessing the contents of .NET Common IL binaries. Among its features, it lets you transform the binaries into structured abstract syntax trees that can be manipulated.

Access modifiers

Language keywords used to specify the visibility of the methods and member variables declared within a class. The five access modifiers in the C# language are public, private, protected, internal, and protected internal.

Acrylic

Codename for an innovative illustration, painting and graphics tool that provides creative capabilities for designers working in print, web, video, and interactive media.

Active Server Pages (ASP)

A Microsoft technology for creating server, Web-based application services. ASP applications are typically written using a scripting language, such as JScript, VBScript, or PerlScript. ASP first appeared as part of Internet Information Server 2.0 and was code-named Denali.

ADO (ActiveX Data Objects)

A set of COM components used to access data objects through an OLEDB provider. ADO is commonly used to manipulate data in databases, such as Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Oracle, and Microsoft Access.

ADO.NET (ActiveX Data Objects for .NET)

The set of .NET classes and data providers used to manipulate databases, such as MicrosoftSQL Server 2000. ADO.NET was formerly known as ADO+. ADO.NET can be used by any .NET language.

Aero

The code name for the user experience provided by Microsoft"s Longhorn Operating System.

API (Application Program Interface)

A set of programs, code libraries, or interfaces used by developers to interact with a hardware device, network, operating system, software library, or application. Calls to the methods of an API are typically synchronous, but may also be asynchronous through the use of callback methods.

Application base

The directory where a .NET application"s assembly files are stored. Also called the application folder or application directory.

Application Center 2000

A deployment and management package for Web sites, Web services, and COM components. Application Center is a key B2B and B2C component of the .NET Enterprise Server product family.

Application domain

The logical and physical boundary created around every .NET application by the CLR. The CLR can allow multiple .NET applications to be run in a single process by loading them into separate application domains. The CLR isolates each application domain from all other application domains and prevents the configuration, security, or stability of running .NET applications from affecting other applications. Objects can only be moved between application domains by the use of remoting.

Application Manifest

The part of an application that provides information to describe the components that the application uses.

Array

A collection of objects of the same type, all of which are referenced by a single identifier and an indexer. In the .NET Framework, all arrays inherit from the Array class that is located in the System namespace.

ASML

An Abstract State Machine Language.

ASP.NET (Active Server Pages for .NET)

A set of .NET classes used to create Web-based, client-side (Web Form) and server-side (Web Service) applications. ASP.NET was derived from the Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) Web technology and adapted for use in the .NET Framework. Also called managed ASP and formerly known as ASP+.

Assembly

All of the files that comprise a .NET application, including the resource, security management, versioning, sharing, deployment information, and the actual MSIL code executed by the CLR. An assembly may appear as a single DLL or EXE file, or as multiple files, and is roughly the equivalent of a COM module.

Assembly Binding Log Viewer

A .NET programming tool (Fuslogvw.exe) used to view and manipulate the log of binding information that is updated at run-time when an assembly is loaded by the CLR. This log viewer is primarily used to discover why an assembly (or satellite assembly) can"t be located at runtime, and to verify that the correct assemblies are being loaded by a .NET application.

Assembly cache

A reserved area of memory used to store the assemblies of a .NET applications running on a specific machine.

Assembly Cache Viewer

A .NET programming tool (Shfusion.dll) used to view, add, remove and configure information in the Global Assembly Cache using Windows Explorer. This viewer is used by clicking on the %WINDIRAssembly folder in Windows Explorer.

Assembly Dependency List

A .NET programming tool (ADepends.exe) used to display all of the assemblies that a specific assembly is dependent upon.

Assembly informational version

A custom attribute that attaches version information to an assembly in addition to the assembly"s version number. The informational version is a string that typically contains marketing information, such as the product"s name and release number (e.g., "Windows 2000 Server" or "FantastiWidget 3.0").

Assembly Linking Utility

A .NET programming tool (al.exe) used to create an assembly manifest from the specified MSILmodules or resource files. Also call the Assembly Linker and Assembly Generation Utility.

Assembly manifest

A detailed description of the contents of an assembly. A manifest contains metadata describing the name, version, types, and resources in the assembly, and the dependencies upon other assemblies. The manifest allows an assembly to be self-describing, easily deployed, and not bound to a particular system by storing information in the Windows registry.

Assembly metadata

The metadata stored in assembly files.

Assembly Registration Tool

A .NET programming tool (RegAsm.exe) used to register an assembly in the Windows registry. Registration is required if COM clients need to call managed methods residing in a .NET assembly. This tool can also be used to generate a registry (.reg) file containing the necessary registration information. Registration typically only occurs once when the assembly is installed.

Assembly version number

Part of an assembly"s identity, and used to indicate the version, revision, and build of an assembly. The version is expressed in dot notation using four, 32-bit integers in the format "...". The version number is stored in the assembly manifest and only refers to the contents of a single assembly Two assemblies that have version numbers which differ in any way are considered by the CLR to be completely different assemblies. See Assembly informational version.

Asta

A project investigating algorithms for detecting cloned code.

Atlanta

The code-name of an antivirus product being developed by Microsoft. (Named after the home town of one of the product"s developers).

Attribute-based programming

A programming model that allows flexibility in the behavior of a program not possible in traditional API call-based programming. Custom attributes add metadata to give classes extra information that extends the definition a types" behavior. The attribute"s values are determined by programmers at design time, and can be reconfigured at runtime by users and other programs without the need for code changes or recompilation.

Attributes

Language constructs that are used by programmers to add additional information (i.e., metadata) to code elements (e.g., assemblies, modules, members, types, return values, and parameters) to extend their functionality.

Avalon

The code name for Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), which is the graphical subsystem (User Interface framework) of Longhorn. It is worth noting that this will be a vector-based system.