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CIS 338: "Packaging" VB.NET Data Dr. Ralph D. Westfall April, 2009
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General Programming Tasks data processing can be handled by sequence – one line after another selection – running this or that code looping – doing same thing over and over data can be stored as variables – one value per variable name collections – groups of related items
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Collections programs often need to work with data for individual members of a group all customers (e.g., a list of names for a form letter) all customers but individually identified by an ID number (e.g., a table of ID numbers and names) such groups are described as "collections"
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groups of items that are "logically related" have some similar characteristic(s) anything that could logically go into a ListBox is an example of a collection what are some things you see in ListBoxes on the Internet? months of year, countries in the world, credit card expiration year
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