Intro. to VB'08 ch1

Intro. to VB'08 ch1 - Part I: 20 2. Operating System...

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Part I: 20 2. Operating System Software- is a set of programs that manages the computer’s hardware devices & controls their process. Application Software- is programs that make the computer useful for the user. 4. Object oriented programming is a standard mode for designing and coding programs. It concentrates on data before anything else. 6. GUI’s have helped influence the shift from procedural programming to object oriented programming. Procedural programming is centered on procedures; objected- oriented programming is centered on creating objects. 8. 1. Creating the GUI elements that make up the application’s user interface 2. Setting the properties of the GUI elements 3. Writing programming language statements that respond to events and perform other operations. 10. Control names must start with at letter. The remaining characters can be letter, underscore, or digits. Spaces, special symbols, or punctuation characters can’t be used in a control name. 12.
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2010 for the course CTC 1315 taught by Professor Jimmacdiarmid during the Spring '09 term at Central Texas College.

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Intro. to VB'08 ch1 - Part I: 20 2. Operating System...

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