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5 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
Aimed at all who are interested in programming in Visual Basic, this course will introduce delegates to the key elements of the Visual Basic programming language and environment, including using the popular Internet aware parts of this Rapid Application Development tool.

Target Audience:
Those who would benefit from this course are standard applications programmers; mainframe programmers (e.g. those using CICS) who want to understand or develop GUIs in Visual Basic; Project Leaders; and Administration staff requiring an understanding of what their programmers will be using in the future.

Recommended Prerequisites:

  • Some previous experience with a programming language
  • Knowledge of the Windows interface and familiarity with its terminology
  • Rudimentary knowledge of word-processing and spreadsheet applications

    Course Objectives:
    After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Describe the features and functions available in the Visual Basic environment
  • Use the Visual Basic language to create structured, event-driven applications
  • Debug the Visual Basic programs
  • Handle run-time errors and optimise performance
  • Create working VB applications, providing students with both confidence and experience in design, coding and debugging techniques

    Key Topics:

  • The Visual Basic Environment
  • Getting Help
  • Visual Design process
  • Event-driven Programming
  • Object-Oriented Techniques
  • Controls and Properties
  • Compiling, Executing and Saving
  • Data Types, Variables, Arrays and Data Structures
  • Statements, Procedures and Functions
  • Conditional logic
  • Debugging Visual Basic Code
  • The GUI with Buttons, Scroll bars, Text and List boxes
  • Printing and Masked-edit controls
  • Common Dialog Box Control
  • Database Controls and Accessing Databases
  • Client/Server Programs
  • Multiple Document Interface (MDI) applications
  • Calling the Windows API
  • Calling Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs)
  • Distributing Visual Basic Applications

    Last modified: 27-Jan-2005

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