Visual Basic is a powerful development tool for building and modifying Windows applications. In this introductory course, students will begin with a discussion of object-oriented design, and move on to designing forms and controls, evaluating object properties and writing short modules of code. Participants will create small sample applications and learn to make EXE files from them, allowing them to be run without the Visual Basic application code. Some knowledge of programming elements such as variables, loops and subroutines is necessary.
This workshop provides a detailed hands-on introduction to Microsoft Visual BASIC Professional Edition 4.0. Emphasis is on extensive computer workshops designing, coding and testing Visual BASIC applications.
Upon completion of this workshop, students will be able to:
Some experience in coding using any programming language and familiarity with Microsoft Windows (BCOMP 780).
Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for programmers.