VB.NET - User-defuined data Types

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VB.NET - User-defuined data Types

As a matter of fact, most programs store sets of data of different types.
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  • Submitted on: 2011-09-30 17:42:11

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As a matter of fact, most programs store sets of data of different types. For example, a program for balancing your check book must store several pieces of information for each check: the check‚Äôs number, amount, date, and so on. All these pieces of information are necessary to process the checks, and ideally, they should be stored together.    More detail...

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