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The dynamic duo of Tony Gaddis and Kip R. Irvine bring students a fully-updated resource in their textbook Starting Out With Visual Basic 2010 (5th Edition), ISBN 9780136113409. This is directed at undergraduate students in business, MIS, CIS, IT and other computing departments at 2 and 4 year schools learning Visual Basic for the first time. Integrating...
The dynamic duo of Tony Gaddis and Kip R. Irvine bring students a fully-updated resource in their textbook Starting Out With Visual Basic 2010 (5th Edition), ISBN 9780136113409. This is directed at undergraduate students in business, MIS, CIS, IT and other computing departments at 2 and 4 year schools learning Visual Basic for the first time. Integrating a step-by-step approach, this resource guides students to a comprehension of the reasoning behind developing quality programs while introducing the vernacular of Visual Basic 2010. An added bonus of this text is brand new, expansive set of VideoNotes accompanied by walk-throughs of many of the tutorials found within the chapters. Tony Gaddis and Kip R. Irvine effectively organize the concepts of Starting Out With Visual Basic 2010 (5th Edition) across 12 chapters. Chapter 1 begins this book with an 'Introduction to Programming and Visual Basic' followed by chapter 2 which provides strategies for 'Creating Applications with Visual Basic.' Chapter 3 presents students with information on 'Variables and Calculations' while chapter 4 discusses 'Making Decisions.' 'Lists and Loops' are the focus of chapter 5 followed by 'Procedures and Functions' explored in chapter 6 and 'Multiple Forms, Standard Modules, and Menus' discussed in chapter 7. Chapter 8 delves into 'Arrays and More' while chapter 9 tackles 'Files, Printing, and Structures.' Chapter 10 provides information on 'Working with Databases' followed by chapter 11 presenting strategies for 'Developing Web Applications.' The concluding pages of this book are found in chapter 12 which is devoted to 'Classes, Collections, and Inheritance.'
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