prepared by James T. Perry University of San Diego. Ch. 1: Introduction to VB. Writing windows applications with VB Prog. languages: procedural, object oriented, & event driven Writing VB projects The VB environment Writing your first VB project Finding & fixing errors Visual Basic help.
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James T. Perry
University of San Diego
Sketch the screens with forms and controls needed
Write down the properties for each object
Write out pseudocode for actions your program will perform
Create the forms and controls you previously sketched
Give each object a name and set their properties
Write out Visual Basic code to carry out your application's actions
Holds the names of other files in the project
Each form is saved as a separate file
Form file contains a description of a form's objects and the Basic code attached to a form
Private Sub cmdPush_Click()
. . . (your code goes here)
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