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Programming Visual Basic .NET Book (8 Chapters with 398 Pages )

Programming Visual Basic .NET Preface
Organization of This Book
Conventions Used in This Book
How to Contact Us
Acknowledgments
1. Introduction
1.1 What Is the Microsoft .NET Framework?
1.2 What Is Visual Basic .NET?
1.3 An Example Visual Basic .NET Program
2. The Visual Basic .NET Language
2.1 Source Files
2.2 Identifiers
2.3 Keywords
2.4 Literals
2.5 Types
2.6 Namespaces
2.7 Symbolic Constants
2.8 Variables
2.9 Scope
2.10 Access Modifiers
2.11 Assignment
2.12 Operators and Expressions
2.13 Statements
2.14 Classes
2.15 Interfaces
2.16 Structures
2.17 Enumerations
2.18 Exceptions
2.19 Delegates
2.20 Events
2.21 Standard Modules
2.22 Attributes
2.23 Conditional Compilation
2.24 Summary
3. The .NET Framework
3.1 Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) and Common Language Runtime (CLR)
3.2 Common Type System (CTS)
3.3 Portions of the CLI
3.4 Modules and Assemblies
3.5 Application Domains
3.6 Common Language Specification (CLS)
3.7 Intermediate Language (IL) and Just-In-Time (JIT) Compilation
3.8 Metadata
3.9 Memory Management and Garbage Collection
3.10 A Brief Tour of the .NET Framework Namespaces
3.11 Configuration
3.12 Summary
4. Windows Forms I: Developing Desktop Applications
4.1 Creating a Form
4.2 Handling Form Events
4.3 Relationships Between Forms
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4.4 MDI Applications
4.5 Component Attributes
4.6 2-D Graphics Programming with GDI+
4.7 Printing
4.8 Summary
5. Windows Forms II: Controls, Common Dialog Boxes, and Menus
5.1 Common Controls and Components
5.2 Control Events
5.3 Form and Control Layout
5.4 Common Dialog Boxes
5.5 Menus
5.6 Creating a Control
5.7 Summary
6. ASP.NET and Web Forms: Developing Browser-Based Applications
6.1 Creating a Web Form
6.2 Handling Page Events
6.3 More About Server Controls
6.4 Adding Validation
6.5 Using Directives to Modify Web Page Compilation
6.6 ASP.NET Objects: Interacting with the Framework
6.7 Discovering Browser Capabilities
6.8 Maintaining State
6.9 Application-Level Code and global.asax
6.10 Web-Application Security
6.11 Designing Custom Controls
6.12 Summary
7. Web Services
7.1 Creating a Web Service
7.2 Testing a Web Service with a Browser
7.3 Web-Service Descriptions
7.4 Consuming a Web Service
7.5 Web-Service Discovery
7.6 Limitations of Web Services
7.7 Summary
8. ADO.NET: Developing Database Applications
8.1 A Brief History of Universal Data Access
8.2 Managed Providers
8.3 Connecting to a SQL Server Database
8.4 Connecting to an OLE DB Data Source
8.5 Reading Data into a DataSet
8.6 Relations Between DataTables in a DataSet
8.7 The DataSet’s XML Capabilities
8.8 Binding a DataSet to a Windows Forms DataGrid
8.9 Binding a DataSet to a Web Forms DataGrid
8.10 Typed DataSets
8.11 Reading Data Using a DataReader
8.12 Executing Stored ProceduresThrough a SqlCommand Object
8.13 Summary
A. Custom Attributes Defined in the System Namespace
Attribute Usage
CLS Compliant
Context Static
Programming Visual Basic .NET
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Flags
Loader Optimization
MTAThread
NonSerialized
Obsolete
ParamArray
Serializable
STAThread
ThreadStatic
B. Exceptions Defined in the System Namespace
C. Cultures
D. Resources for Developers
D.1 .NET Information
D.2 Discussion Lists
E. Math Functions
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