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Vis′ual Ba′sic

Trademark. a computer programming language, a descendant of BASIC, that provides a graphical or visual programming environment and is used primarily to develop user interfaces.
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A1VBCode [8] is a free VB.NET, ASP.NET, and C# source code and resource site.
Although the contents of the introductory programming course depend upon the individual instructor, the course normally covers HTML, JavaScript, and VB.NET. The elective course described in this paper is taught over one semester, normally 3 credit hours over 14 weeks.
Other topics include how to use IronRuby and .NET with WPF, ASP.NET MVC, Ruby on Rails, Silverlight and other frameworks and technologies; detailed coverage of unit testing; and cutting-edge techniques for extending IronRuby with C# or VB.NET.
All trainees had taken the prerequisite course of the webpage development course and acquired knowledge and skills on HTML, SQL, and VB.NET. Most users have basic concepts about webpage development and know how to write programming languages.
It's been fully updated for 2007 and covers everything from designing better worksheets and creating cross-version applications that work with old Excel files to developing applications based on data in servers, automating Excel with VB.NET, and more.
The next stage is the application migration to functional equivalence using automated tools to convert code to VB.NET or C#.
We have implemented two VB.NET applications that convert Excel files into MDB files for solving large data files management.
Features include four or eight analog outputs with 16-bit resolution, eight dedicated digital input lines and eight dedicated digital output lines, interrupt on change support, scalable design for counting external events, compact enclosure, output ranges of 0V to 10V, [+ or -]10V and 0-20 mA, 32-bit counter/timer for counting external events and software options from VB.NET.
According to Schoen, "Rather than rewriting the VB.NET portlet, which would have taken us about 9 months, we used Mainsoft's software to surface the application in three weeks, and we didn't need to become experts in WebSphere Portal or Java to do it."
SkillSoft has launched a series of online learning and information portals to provide employees with easy access to a wide variety of data relating to VB.net, C#, leadership and project management.
A series of four online portals has been introduced by SkillSoft (Nasdaq:SKIL), a provider of e-learning content and technology products, to provide access for IT professionals to data relating to VB.net, C#, leadership and project management.