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Appendix A Appendix B
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The ASCII Character Set ................................................................................................. 300 Incompatibilities with Visual Basic.NET ........................................................................ 301
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Answers to Selected Problems ...................................................................................................................... 303 Index ............................................................................................................................................................... 319
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The projects are listed in the order in which they first appear within the text. The examples vary from simple to moderately complex. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Example 1.1 Area of a Circle Example 4.3 Current Data and Time Example 4.4 Entering and Displaying Text Example 4.5 Entering and Displaying Numerical and Graphical Data (A Piggy Bank) Example 4.6 Selecting Multiple Features (Multilingual Hello) Example 4.7 Selecting Exclusive Alternatives (Temperature Conversion) Example 4.8 Selecting Multiple Alternatives (Temperature Conversion Revisited) Example 4.9 Selecting from a List (Multilingual Hello Revisited) Example 4.10 Assigning Properties Using With Blocks
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10. Example 4.11 Calculating Factorials 11. Example 4.12 Timed Events (A Metronome) 12. Example 4.13 Using Scroll Bars (The Metronome Revisited) 13. Example 5.2 Using Drop-Down Menus (Geography) 14. Example 5.3 Using Menu Enhancements (Geography Revisited) 15. Example 5.4 More Menu Enhancements (Geography Revisited) 16. Example 5.5 Using Submenus (Geography Revisited) 17. Example 5.6 Using a Pop-Up Menu 18. Example 5.7 Using Dialog Boxes (Multilingual Hello Revisited) 19. Example 5.9 Using Input Boxes 20. Example 6.2 Stepping through a Program 21. Example 6.3 An Error Handler 22. Example 6.4 Generating a Stand-Alone Executable Program 23. Example 7.2 Accessing a Sub Procedure (Smallest of Two Numbers) 24. Example 7.3 Smallest of Three Numbers 25. Example 7.6 Accessing a Function Procedure 26. Example 7.7 Calculating the Sine of an Angle 27. Example 7.10 Shooting Craps 28. Example 8.6 Multilingual Hello Using an Array 29. Example 8.9 Smallest of Two Numbers 30. Example 8.10 Sorting a List of Numbers 31. Example 8.11 Deviations about an Average 32. Example 8.14 Deviations about an Average Using Dynamic Arrays 33. Example 8.18 Selecting Multiple Features Using Control Arrays 34. Example 8.19 Adding and Deleting Control Array Elements at Run Time 35. Example 9.2 Text File Fundamentals 36. Example 9.4 Creating a Sequential Data File: Daily High Temperatures
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COMPLETE PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES
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37. Example 9.5 Appending a Sequential Data File: More Daily Temperatures 38. Example 9.6 Processing a Sequential Data File: Averaging Daily Temperatures 39. Example 9.7 Modifying a Sequential Data File: Recording Daily High and Low Temperatures 40. Example 9.9 Creating a Random-Access Data File: States and their Capitals 41. Example 9.10 Reading a Random-Access Data File: Locating State Capitals via Binary Search 42. Example 9.11 Updating a Random-Access Data File: Baseball Team Records 43. Example 9.12 Reading from and Writing to a Binary File
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Introducing Visual Basic
1.1 WHAT IS VISUAL BASIC Visual Basic is an object-oriented programming development system for creating applications that run under any of the Microsoft Windows environments. It has the following two major components:
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2. A complete set of program commands, derived from Microsoft s implementation of the classical Basic programming language. The command set includes features that embrace contemporary programming practices. The overall approach to Visual Basic programming is twofold:
1. Create a user interface that is appropriate to the particular application at hand. 2. Add a group of Basic instructions to carry out the actions associated with each of the controls.
1.2 EVENTS AND EVENT PROCEDURES In traditional computer programs, the actions are carried out in a prescribed order. This order may be sequential, corresponding to the order in which the instructions are written, or it may depend on the outcome of one or more logical tests. In either case, the order of execution is determined internally within the program. Visual Basic, on the other hand, is based upon an event-driven paradigm, in which each feature included within the program is activated only when the user responds to a corresponding object (i.e., an icon, a check box, an option button, a menu selection, etc.) within the user interface. The program s response to an action taken by the user is referred to as an event. Note that the user initiates the event, but it is the program s response that actually defines the event. The group of Basic commands that brings about this response is called an event procedure.
1.3 OBJECT-RELATED CONCEPTS In addition to events and event procedures, you must understand the meaning of each of the following terms: Forms: In Visual Basic, a window is called a form. Each form includes a title bar at the top. A form may also include a menu bar, a status bar, one or more toolbars, slide bars, etc. A user area (called a client area) occupies the remaining space within the form. Some applications are based upon a single form, while others require two or more forms. Fig. 1.1 shows a simple form containing two command button controls and a text box control (see below). The icons with which the user interacts are called controls. Commonly used controls include command buttons, option buttons, check boxes, labels, text boxes, picture boxes and menus. The user will typically activate a control (e.g., click on a command button) to produce an event.
Controls:
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