Learn how to transform program logic and design concepts into working programs with the outstanding supplemental handbook, VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMS TO ACCOMPANY PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 8E. Specifically designed to be paired with the latest edition of Joyce Farrell's highly successful and widely used textbook, PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, this innovative guide, developed by experienced industry practitioner Jo Ann Smith, combines the power of Visual Basic with the popular, language-independent, logical approach of Farrell's text. Together, the two books provide an excellent opportunity for those who want to learn the fundamentals of programming in tandem with the basic concepts of a leading programming language. The guide combines clear explanations of concepts and syntax with pseudocode, complete programming examples, numerous visuals, and real-world, business-related Visual Basic code examples. Students practice concepts with both lab exercises and revised practice opportunities in each section. The logic and pseudocode for many of the lab exercises has been developed and discussed in Joyce Farrell's textbook.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Visual Basic and the Visual Basic Programming Environment.
Chapter 2: Variables, Constants, Operators, and Writing Programs Using Sequential Statements.
Chapter 3: Writing Structured Visual Basic Programs.
Chapter 4: Writing Programs That Make Decisions.
Chapter 5: Writing Programs Using Loops.
Chapter 6: Using Arrays in Visual Basic Programs.
Chapter 7: File Handling and Applications.
Chapter 8: Advanced Array Techniques.
Chapter 9: Advanced Modularization Techniques.
Chapter 10: Creating a Graphical User Interface (GUI) Using the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE).