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CIS 115 MOD 1 Homework

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CIS 115 HW Mod 1 CIS 115 MOD 1 Homework CIS 115 MOD 1 Homework Research Paper Nathan Martinez Allied American University This paper was prepared for CIS 115, Module 1 Homework, taught by Farooq Afzal.
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CIS 115 HW Mod 1 “Visual Basic Controls” By Nathan Martinez Visual Basic is a very versatile platform for new and veteran programmers to use alike. Visual Basic focuses on .NET framework coding. This is a framework Microsoft created to help programmers build apps and write code on a framework that was not Windows. This is a very powerful platform which we should take advantage of as programmers. The Visual Basic controls are much like controls in other editing programs. Let’s think about Microsoft word for a moment. There are thousands of controls for Microsoft Word. A few that come to mind are Font, Color, size, and spacing. The Font control lets you change the way your writing looks. It can go from cursive to block lettering. Color is obvious, it lets you pick what color you want for your text. Size is also easy; it lets you control the size of the lettering you want in your document. The spacing is another way to edit your document to be more readable and legible. Just like Microsoft word, Microsoft Visual Basic lets you change the look and feel of your program with controls. We are going to get into a few basic controls and look into what they can do. The first control we will dive into is called the button control. Just like it sounds, this is going to let us insert a button into our project. This button can say anything on it and this button can do anything that you want it to do when you click it. A great idea for this is butting a button at the very beginning of a program and the button might say begin. Once the user clicks this button, the program will start. There are obviously a million other uses for the button control but this is a very simple and generic one. Buttons are a huge part of the .Net framework language.
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