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MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2012 FOR WINDOWS APPLICATIONS: INTRODUCTORY teaches students the essentials of computer programming using the latest Visual Basic programming language, Visual Basic 2012. Six chapters and four appendices cover topics such as designing a Visual Basic user interface, creating a windows application, variables and arithmetic operations, mobile applications using decision structures, and loop structures. Written in a straight-forward style with the innovative Guided Program Development section in each chapter, this text makes it easy for any novice programmer to understand the core capabilities and fundamental skills and techniques for Visual Basic 2012.
- A new appendix offers a discussion of Windows Store App Development, and the new edition also includes information on Windows 8 App Design.
- Now features full coverage of how to use touch input in Visual Studio.
- Enhanced video steps include videos for online reinforcement at CengageBrain.com.
- A new "Consider This" feature provides an opportunity to apply critical thinking skills to the material in each chapter.
- Expanded discussion of ADO.NET 4.5, ASP.NET 4.5, and .NET Framework 4.5 is available in the first chapter.
- Coverage of Microsoft® Visual Studio 2012 provides students with the most recent software updates, including the new Windows Store App Development and Design.
- New pedagogical elements enrich material and create an accessible and user-friendly approach allowing easy navigation through the skills in each chapter including the new touch interface.
- An introductory presentation of Visual Basic 2012, including an emphasis on the three-step process to build an application, creating the user interface, setting properties, and writing the code, provides students with the coverage they need to efficiently use the software.
- A step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach allows students to successfully learn and retain information to be used in their personal and professional lives. A new critical thinking feature called "Consider This" develops the "why" analytical skills to complete student understanding of each chapter.
2. Program and Graphical User Interface Design.
3. Program Design and Coding.
4. Variables and Arithmetic Operations.
5. Decision Structures.
6. Loop Structures.