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Information Technology

Visual Basic Level 1 (3 Days)

01-04-T854
If you are a programmer who wants to practice Visual Basic 2012 software development fundamentals in the context of useful, real world applications, this course is for you. Level 1 uses a step by step, hands-on tutorial approach to learning the essential techniques for writing and running Visual Basic code. This course focuses on learning the Visual Basic language, as opposed to using Visual Studio.

    Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course you should be able to:

    • Use variables, data types, and operators
    • Declare and call methods
    • Make decisions with If and Select Case statements
    • Write For and Do loops
    • Catch and handle errors
    • Manage class libraries and objects
    • Use arrays and collections
    • Work with inheritance
    • Explore text files and string processing
    • Write effective event procedures

    Competencies covered in this course: Prepares participants to program using Visual Basic

      Intended Audience: This course is for anyone with a fundamental understanding of computer programming.

        Recommended Prerequisites: You will benefit most if you are completely familiar with the Windows environment and have at least 6 months experience with any programming language.



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