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ch1thru5 - Chapter 1 1. Which of the following statements...

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Chapter 1 1. Which of the following statements describes the definition of an object? a. The entire application is an object. b. An object is any part of your Visual Basic.NET application. c. Menus, buttons, text boxes, and forms are objects. d. All of the above 2. In Visual Basic.NET controls are objects, such as a. menus, toolbars, and scroll boxes. b. recycle bins, icons, and task buttons. c. procedures, functions, and subroutines. d. text boxes, list boxes, labels, and option buttons. 3. The source of controls is the a. Standard toolbar. b. Toolbox. c. Design toolbar. d. Image toolbar. 4. Object properties are a. static values which define the object. b. characteristics of an object that can only be defined by the computer. c. characteristics which describe the uniqueness of an object. d. None of the above 5. An event is a(n) a. activity that the computer performs on a regular basis. b. action that triggers a program instruction. c. function which performs automatically. d. block of code in a program.
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Chapter 2 1. Which expression would multiply two numbers entered into text boxes? a. Val(txtHours)*Val(txtPayRate) b. txtHours.Text*txtPayRate.Text c. txtHours*txtPayRate d. Val(txtHours.Text)*Val(txtPayRate.Text)
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course ITP 150x taught by Professor Tandon during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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