ITC 4230: Programming Concepts and Problem Solving II

Description

An advanced study of programming-related problem solving using Visual Basic. Covers object-oriented concepts such as classes, reusability, and encapsulation. Requires Microsoft Visual Basic.

Objectives

  1. Write the syntax for a computer program to perform advanced loops.
  2. Create a sub procedure and a function procedure.
  3. Use a two-dimensional array to store, access, and search for elements within a computer program.
  4. Utilize structures and sequential-access files as integrated components of a computer program.
  5. Perform string-manipulation techniques within a computer program.
  6. Connect an application to a Microsoft Access database.
  7. Create a new class by using the syntax in Microsoft Visual Basic.
  8. Create a Web application by using ASP.NET.

PreRequisites

  1. ITC 4210

Textbook(s)

Clearly Visual Basic: Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 (Rev: 3)

Publisher: Course Technology (2014)
Author: Zak, D.
ISBN: 978-1-285-08410-7
Price: $161.30

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