Visual Basic chapter 1:
Program An organized list of instructions that, when executed, causes the computer to
behave in a predetermined manner.
Microprocessors are the primary computing component in a computer. Tell the computer what
A low level la
Visual Basic 2 chapter 8:
syntax error An error caused by failure to follow the syntax rules of the language; often
caused by typographical errors. The Editor informs you of syntax errors.
Text property The value that displays on a control such as the wor
Visual Basic 2 chapter 3:
design time The status of the Visual Studio environment while a project is being
developed, as opposed to run time or break time.
Document window IDE window that displays the Form Designer, the Code Editor, and the
Visual Basic 2 Chapter 9 notes:
Central Processing Unit (CPU) The job of the _ is to fetch instruction, carry out the operations
commanded by the instructions, and produce some outcome or resultant
disk drive, external disk drive, or USB driv
Visual Basic Chapter 8 notes:
WHich of the following functions most likely printed out this: 345.67 FormatNumber(345.67, 2)
The command to end your program is Me.Close()
The statement Math.Max(5,12) would return 12
The relational operator for not equals i
Visual Basic Chapter 7 notes:
Access keys are denoted by placing a _ in the object name an ampersand
The command lblOutput.Text = 5^2 puts the number _ on the label
The VAL function - returns a numeric value from a string
The command lblSum.Text = 2 (
Visual Basic Chapter 6 notes:
When you place a label in your program, you are creating an instance of the "label" class
In dot notation, the thing to the left of the dot is either a class or an object
"Click" is a event
The common prefix for naming button
Visual Basic Chapter 4 notes:
Object: is the name of the object
Some data types are Text property
Auto size property
Val Function is used to convert strings to numbers, so before we do math with data entered
in a text field.
Visual Basic Chapter 2:
Two basic high level languages are Procedure-Oriented Languages, and Object-Oriented Languages
In Procedure-Oriented languages, the emphasis is on the individual steps it takes in order to complete a task
Visual Basic Chapter 3:
Property: A property is a characteristic of object that has a value
Method: A Method is a characteristic of an object that describers an action that the
object can perform
Encapsulation: in the context of OOP refers to the combinin
Visual Basic Chapter 5 notes:
An object is a/an _ of a class. - instance
A Visual Basic programmer uses the _ property of an object to
refer to that object programmatically. - name
The _ property of a label determines what message is
displayed on it Text
Visual Basic Chapter 10 notes:
The NEXT statement is associated with a for loop
A set of RadioButtons are mutually exlusive with others in its group box
A parameter to a procedure of function is changed permanently if
The procedure definition
Visual Basic Chapter 9:
For loops - execute a section of code a specific number of times
A Case statement executes - one option from a list of options
To test a range of numbers with a case statement, use the to clause
Radio buttons allow the user to - se
Visual Basic 2 chapter 7:
run-time error An error that occurs as a program executes; causes execution to break.
snap lines Guidelines that pop up on a form during design time to help align the
Solution A Visual Basic application; can consist of
Visual Basic 2 Chapter 10:
Operators are characters or symbols that perform operations on one or more operands.
comment or remark is part of an application's code but is ignored by the compiler. It is intended
for documentation purposes only.
Syntax is pa
Visual Basic 2 chapter 6:
procedure - A unit of code; may be a sub procedure, function procedure, or
Professional version A version of Visual Basic that includes fewer features than the Team System
edition but more features than the St
Visual Basic 2 chapter 5 notes:
method Predefined actions (procedures) provided with objects.
Namespace Used to organize a group of classes in the language library; the hierarchy
used to locate the class. No two classes may have the same name within a
Visual Basic 2 chapter 1:
assignment statement Assigns a value to a variable or property using an assignment operator.
AutoCorrect Popup suggestions for corrections of misspelled words in the Editor.
Button Control used to activate a procedure.
Class A pr
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graphical user interface (GUI) Program application containing icons, buttons, and menu bars.
Handle A small square on a selected control at a design time; used to resize a control.
Also called a resizing handle.
Help The co
Visual Basic 2 chapter 2:
component tray Area across the lower edge of a form designer windows; used to store
components that are not visible on the form.
context menu A popup menu, sometimes referred to as a shortcut menu or right-click menu.