Visual Basic: An Object-Oriented Approach, 1st edition

  • Alistair McMonnies

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Visual Basic: An Object-Oriented Approach gives the student a complete, practical introduction to programming using Visual Basic. The book discusses programming principles from an object-oriented perspective and extends the discussion to object-oriented software development. In doing so, it demonstrates that the Visual Basic language can be used to develop real object-oriented systems and software components.

Table of contents

1. The Software Development Life-Cycle
2. Designing Software Systems
3. Making Objects Work
4. Simple Programming in Visual Basic
5. Structured Programming
6. Object Orientation the Visual Basic Way
7. Graphical User-Interfaces
8. Objects as Building Blocks
9. Persistence
10. Polymorphism
11. Patterns in Object Oriented Programming
12. Creating and Using ActiveX Objects

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Published by Pearson (September 19th 2000) - Copyright © 2001