Visual Basic® .NET Notes for Professionals book

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Visual Basic® .NET Notes for Professionals book

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Chapters

  1. Getting started with Visual Basic .NET Language
  2. Declaring variables
  3. Introduction to Syntax
  4. Operators
  5. Conditions
  6. Short-Circuiting Operators (AndAlso - OrElse)
  7. Date
  8. Array
  9. Lists
  10. Enum
  11. Dictionaries
  12. Looping
  13. File Handling
  14. File/Folder Compression
  15. Connection Handling
  16. Type conversion
  17. ByVal and ByRef keywords
  18. Console
  19. Functions
  20. Recursion
  21. Classes
  22. Generics
  23. Disposable objects
  24. NullReferenceException
  25. Using Statement
  26. Option Strict
  27. Option Explicit
  28. Option Infer
  29. Error Handling
  30. OOP Keywords
  31. Extension methods
  32. Visual Basic 14.0 Features
  33. Reflection
  34. Threading
  35. Multithreading
  36. BackgroundWorker
  37. Using BackgroundWorker
  38. Task-based asynchronous pattern
  39. LINQ
  40. Data Access
  41. FTP server
  42. Working with Windows Forms
  43. Google Maps in a Windows Form
  44. WinForms SpellCheckBox
  45. GDI+
  46. Reading compressed textfile on-the-fly
  47. WPF XAML Data Binding
  48. Debugging your application
  49. Random
  50. Using axWindowsMediaPlayer in VB.Net
  51. Unit Testing in VB.NET

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149 pages, published on January 2018

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