By Craig Utley
A Programmer's advent to visible uncomplicated .NET is helping present visible easy builders determine and comprehend a number of the significant adjustments are among visible simple and visible simple .NET. This publication additionally explores why builders should still circulation to visible simple. find out about the .NET framework, VB .NET VB .NET inheritance, VB .NET net providers, VB .NET internet purposes, VB .NET home windows providers, .NET Assemblies, ADO.NET and ASP.NET. extra issues comprise:
- Building periods and Assemblies with VB.NET;
- Building home windows prone with VB.NET;
- Upgrading VB6 initiatives to VB.NET;
- Performance safety;
- Configuration and Deployment.
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15. 15 The form as it looks at design time. 03 2203-x CH02 5/25/01 9:58 AM Page 39 Windows Application Enhancements 39 Run the project. After the window is loaded, resize it by moving the lower-right corner down and to the right. 16. 16 The form at runtime, showing what happens when the form is resized. Obviously, this looks pretty strange, and it is exactly what you are used to with VB6. Your answer in VB6, short of a third-party ActiveX control, is to write a lot of code that runs when the form’s Resize event is fired.
Therefore, when you look at the first part of the If statement, you know that x is not equal to 2, so you would logically think it should quit evaluating the expression. NET examines the second part of the expression, so this code would cause a divide-by-zero error. NET has introduced a couple of new operators: AndAlso and OrElse. NET: Dim x As Integer Dim y As Integer x = 1 y = 0 If x = 2 AndAlso y = 5/y Then ... NET does not even examine the second condition.
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A Programmer's Introduction to Visual Basic.NET by Craig Utley