By Craig Utley
A Programmer's advent to visible easy .NET is helping present visible easy builders determine and comprehend the various significant alterations are among visible easy and visible easy .NET. This publication additionally explores why builders may still flow to visible simple. find out about the .NET framework, VB .NET VB .NET inheritance, VB .NET net providers, VB .NET internet functions, VB .NET home windows providers, .NET Assemblies, ADO.NET and ASP.NET. extra themes comprise:
- Building periods and Assemblies with VB.NET;
- Building home windows providers with VB.NET;
- Upgrading VB6 initiatives to VB.NET;
- Performance defense;
- Configuration and Deployment.
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You have a lot of code in this window, and it’s code that you haven’t seen before. 10. Notice that I have turned on line numbers just for easier referencing. If you want to turn on line numbers as well, go to Tools, Options. Expand the Text Editor node and choose Basic. Check the Line Numbers check box. 03 2203-x CH02 5/25/01 9:58 AM Page 32 3 2 C h a p t e r 2 : Yo u r F i r s t V B . 10 The code window shows a significant amount of code before you even start typing. The first line of code shows that the form, Form1, is actually just a class.
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A programmer's introduction to Visual Basic.NET by Craig Utley