This book takes an object-oriented approach to introduce Visual Basic .NET. The author begins by covering object-oriented analysis, design, and modeling using UML. He then moves into a detailed discussion of objects and clasess, after which, readers begin develoing their own short programs. Advanced topics such as data structures, components, and distributed/Internet programming are also covered. Programmers interested in learning the Visual Basic .NET programming language.
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