This book has been carefully revised to satisfy the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards required to meet the needs of an undergraduate course in Computers and Computing. It addresses in sufficient details the underlying principles and concepts in the development and application of computer programs. It is useful to novices seeking to learn Visual Basic (VB) as well as those proficient in other languages that plan to cross-train from other programming languages. The method of presentation is adequate; prepare students from the change in purely essay type questions to a combination of essay and multiple choice questions. This provides students the opportunity for additional practice that is essential for ensured success. The book is divided into seven chapters. Throughout this book, liberal use is made of code excerpts providing practical examples of theory in action, which practically guides both seasoned and inexperienced programmers. It is intended that having read this book, the reader will confidently be able to develop Windows applications using Visual Basic.
Michael S. Okundamiya
The author earned a 1st Class bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria; master’s degree (distinction) and a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D) degree both in Electrical/Electronics Engineering (Electronic/Telecommunications option) from the University of Benin, Nigeria.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
IT, Programming, visual basic, computer, technology
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