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Chapter 1 An Introduction to Visual Basic  2010 BMGT 302 Business Application  Programming 1
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A Little History Visual Basic is evolved from BASIC B eginner’s  A ll-purpose  S ymbolic  I nstruction  C ode Developed by Prof. John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz  at Dartmouth College in mid 1960s Bill Gates implemented BASIC on personal  computers in 1970s Microsoft Windows  graphical user interface  ( GUI ) –  late 1980s Visual Basic – 1991 .NET platform and VB.NET – 2000 2
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Understanding User Environment Command-line environment A command-line interface (CLI) is a mechanism for  interacting with a computer operating system or  software by typing commands to perform specific  tasks Applications are called  console applications 3
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Understanding User Environment Graphical User Interface (GUI) Buttons (some with Icons and Graphical Images) and  Menus on which you point and click. TextBox controls in which you type information. Graphical images to guide a system user in using the  program  Other components.  4 Applications are called  windows form  applications We will in this class  focus on Windows  Form Applications
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