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The RichTextBox control is the core of a full-blown word processor. It provides all the functionality of a TextBox control
Open and Save As, the two most widely used common dialog, are implemented by the OpenFileDialog and SaveFileDialog controls
The ScrollBar and TrackBar controls let the user specify a magnitude by scrolling a selector between its minimum and maximum values
The DrawImage method of the Graphics object accepts two arguments, the bitmap to be drawn and a rectangle in which the image will be drawn
This object represents your printer, and you must add a PrintDocument control to any project that generates printouts
Printing with VB isn nott complicated but it requires a lot of code most of it calling graphics methods
To sort an array, call its Sort method. This method is heavily overloaded
This tutorial is a formal discussion of the .NET Frameworks string and date manipulation capabilities.
To prompt users for a folders path use the FolderBrowser dialog box which is a very simple one
The simplest type of custom Windows control you can build is one that enhances the functionality of an existing control
Most practical applications are made up of multiple forms and dialog boxes
Just as you can design custom classes you can use Visual Studio to design custom controls
All variables that refer to objects are called object variables
Classes are practically synonymous with objects and they are at the very heart of programming with Visual Basic
Sometimes you will not know in advance how many instances of a given control might be required on a form
Menus are among the most common and most characteristic elements of the Windows user interface.
The TextBox control is the primary mechanism for displaying and entering text.
Applications are made up of one or more forms usually more than one.
The benefit of using multidimensional arrays is that they are conceptually easier to manage.
In Visual Basic as in any other programming language, variables store values during a programs execution
As a matter of fact, most programs store sets of data of different types.
A standard structure for storing data in any programming language is the array.