Bradley, Julia Case and Millspaugh,
Anita C. (2009), Programming in Visual
Basic 2008, Mc Graw Hill
DDC 3363 Programming III
Chapter 1: Introduction to Visual
Basic .NET 2008
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This article is about the part of the World Wide Web not indexed by traditional search engines. For other uses, see Deep web (disambiguation).
Not to be confused with Dark web.
The deep web, invisible web,
One motive of crypto-anarchists is to defend against surveillance of computer networks communication. Crypto-anarchists try to protect against government mass surveillance, such as PRISM, Tempora, telecommunications data retention, the NSA w
"Crypto-" comes from the Ancient Greek ?pt? krupts, "concealed, private, hidden, secret". It should, however, not be confused with the use of the prefix "crypto-" to indicate an ideology or system with an intentionally concealed or obfus
"Darknet" was coined in the 1970s to designate networks that were isolated from ARPANET (which evolved into the Internet), for security purposes. Darknet addresses could receive data from ARPANET but did not appear in the network lists a
While it is not always possible to directly discover a specific web server's content so that it may be indexed, a site potentially can be accessed indirectly (due to computer vulnerabilities).
To discover content on the web, search
Crypto-anarchism (or crypto-anarchy) is a cyber-spatial realization of anarchism. Crypto-anarchists employ cryptographic software to evade prosecution and harassment while sending and receiving information over computer networks, in an effort to protect t
Further information: Dark web
The first conflation of the terms "deep web" and "dark web" came about in 2009 when the deep web search terminology was discussed alongside illegal activities taking place on the Freenet darknet.
Methods which prevent web pages from being indexed by traditional search engines may be categorized as one or more of the following:
Contextual Web: pages with content varying for different access contexts (e.g., ranges of client IP ad
TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE SARAWAK
PROGRAMMING III / VB.NET PROGRAMMING
DDC 3633 / DDPC 2653
You are required to:
Create a form with interface and the object name given as below:
Generate the VB coding with the following output:
Chapter 7: Multiform Projects
Include multiple forms in an application.
Use templates to create splash screens and About
Use the Show, ShowDialog, and Hide methods to display
and hide forms.
Understand the various form events and
Chapter 3: Variables, Constants,
Distinguish between variables, constants, and controls.
Differentiate among the various data types.
Apply naming conventions and indicating the data type.
Declare variables and constants.
Chapter 8: Lists, Loops, & Printing
Create and use list boxes and combo boxes.
Differentiate among the available types of combo boxes.
Enter items into list boxes using Items collection in Properties window.
Add and remove items in a lis
Chapter 9: Array
Establish an array and refer to individual elements in the array with
Use the For Each/Next to traverse the elements of an array.
Create a structure for multiple fields of related data.
Accumulate totals usin
Chapter 5: Enhancing Message
For longer, more complex messages, store the
message text in a String variable and use that
variable as an argument of the Show method.
VB will wrap longer messages to a second line.
Include ControlChars to contr
Chapter 6: Menus, Common DialogREV 01
Boxes, Sub Procedures, &
Create menus and submenus for program control.
Display and use the Windows common dialog boxes.
Create context menus for controls and the form.
Write reusable co
Chapter 4: Decisions and Conditions
Use If statements to control the flow of logic.
Understand and use nested If statements.
Evaluate conditions using the comparison operators.
Combine conditions using And, Or, AndAlso, and OrElse.
Chapter 2: User Interface Design
Use text boxes, group boxes, check boxes, radio buttons, and picture
Select multiple controls and move them, align them, and set common
Make your projects operate by control
Main page: Category:Anonymity networks
All darknets require specific software installed or network configurations made to access them, such as Tor, which can be accessed via a customised browser from Vidalia (aka the Tor browser bundle), or