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Test Bank for Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2017 8th Edition by Diane Zak

Test Bank for Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2017 8th Edition by Diane Zak

Learn to master the fundamentals of effective programming as you work through Visual Basic 2017’s latest features with the wealth of hands-on applications in this book’s engaging real-world setting. PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT® VISUAL BASIC® 2017, 8E by best-selling technology author Diane Zak offers you an ideal introduction to programming with a dynamic visual presentation, step-by-step tutorials, and strategically placed activity boxes. New hands-on applications, timely examples, and practical exercises address a variety of learning preferences. Even if you have no prior programming experience, you will learn how to effectively plan and create interactive Visual Basic 2017 applications. To ensure your success, this edition is available with MindTap, the digital learning solution that powers students from memorization to mastery. It gives you complete control of your course—to provide engaging content, challenge every individual, and build their programming confidence. Empower students to accelerate their progress with MindTap with an interactive eBook, auto-graded quizzing, study tools, and helpful videos created and narrated by the author.

Additional ISBNs

1337670049, 9781337670043, 1337517054, 0357690656, 9781337517058, 9780357690659

Table of Contents

Contents
Preface
Read This Before You Begin
CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to Visual Studio 2017 and Visual Basic
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Computer Programming Terminology?
F-2 The Programmer’s Job
F-3 The Visual Basic Programming Language?
F-4 The Visual Studio IDE?
F-5 Assigning Names to Objects
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Start and Configure Visual Studio Community 2017
A-2 Create a Windows Forms Application?
A-3 Manage the Windows in the IDE
A-4 Change a Form File’s Name
A-5 Change the Properties of a Form
The Name Property
The Font Property
The MaximizeBox, StartPosition, and Text Properties
A-6 Save a Solution
A-7 Close and Open a Solution
A-8 Add a Control to a Form
A-9 Use the Format Menu?
A-10 Lock the Controls on the Form??
A-11 Start and End an Application?
A-12 Enter Code and Comments in the Code Editor Window
The Me.Close() Statement
Assignment Statements and Comments
A-13 Print an Application’s Code and Interface
A-14 Exit Visual Studio and Run an Executable File
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 2: Planning Applications and Designing Interfaces
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Planning a Windows Forms Application
F-2 Windows Standards for Interfaces
Guidelines for Identifying Labels and Buttons
Guidelines for Including Graphics
Guidelines for Selecting Fonts
Guidelines for Using Color
F-3 Access Keys
F-4 Tab Order
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Create a Planning Chart for a Windows Forms Application
A-2 Design an Interface Using the Windows Standards
A-3 Add a Label Control to the Form
A-4 Add a Text Box to the Form
A-5 Set the Tab Order
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 3: Coding with Variables, Named Constants, and Calculations
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Pseudocode and Flowcharts
F-2 Main Memory of a Computer
F-3 Variables
Selecting an Appropriate Data Type
Selecting an Appropriate Name
Examples of Variable Declaration Statements
F-4 TryParse Method
F-5 Arithmetic Expressions
F-6 Assigning a Value to an Existing Variable
F-7 ToString Method
F-8 Option Statements
F-9 Named Constants
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Determine a Memory Location’s Scope and Lifetime
A-2 Use Procedure-Level Variables
A-3 Use Procedure-Level Named Constants
A-4 Use a Class-Level Variable
A-5 Use a Static Variable
A-6 Use a Class-Level Named Constant
A-7 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Coding the TextChanged Event Procedure
Coding the Enter Event Procedure
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 4: The Selection Structure
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Selection Structures
F-2 If…Then…Else Statement
F-3 Comparison Operators
Comparison Operator Example: Total Due Application
Comparison Operator Example: Net Income/Loss Application
F-4 Logical Operators
Logical Operator Example: Gross Pay Calculator Application
F-5 Summary of Operators
F-6 String Comparisons
String Comparison Example: Shipping Application
F-7 Nested Selection Structures
F-8 Multiple-Alternative Selection Structures
F-9 Select Case Statement
Specifying a Range of Values in a Case Clause
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Add a Check Box to a Form
A-2 Code an Interface That Contains Check Boxes
CheckBox’s CheckedChanged Event
A-3 Add a Radio Button to a Form
A-4 Code an Interface That Contains Radio Buttons
RadioButton’s CheckedChanged Event
Using the Select Case Statement with Radio Buttons
A-5 Group Objects Using a Group Box Control
A-6 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Coding a Text Box’s KeyPress Event Procedure
A-7 Professionalize Your Code Using Arithmetic Assignment Operators
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 5: The Repetition Structure
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Repetition Structures
F-2 Do…Loop Statement (Pretest Loop)
F-3 String Concatenation
F-4 Infinite Loops
F-5 Do…Loop Statement (Posttest Loop)
F-6 Counters and Accumulators
F-7 For…Next Statement
Comparing the For…Next and Do…Loop Statements
Flowcharting a For…Next Loop
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Use a Loop, a Counter, and an Accumulator
A Different Version of the Projected Sales Application
A-2 Add a List Box to a Form
Using the String Collection Editor to Add Items to a List Box
The Sorted Property
The SelectedItem and SelectedIndex Properties
The SelectedValueChanged and SelectedIndexChanged Events
A-3 Use the Methods and a Property of the Items Collection
Count Property
Clearing the Items from a List Box
A-4 Calculate a Periodic Payment
ListBox, Loop, and Financial.Pmt Example: Monthly Payment Application
A-5 Nest Repetition Structures
Nested Repetition Structure Example: Savings Account Application
A Caution About Real Numbers
A-6 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 6: Sub and Function Procedures
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Event-Handling Sub Procedures
F-2 Independent Sub Procedures
No Parameters/Arguments Example: History Grade Application
F-3 Passing Information to a Procedure
Passing Variables by Value Example: Gross Pay Application
Passing Variables by Reference Example: Concert Tickets Application
F-4 Rounding Numbers
F-5 Function Procedures
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Add a Combo Box to the Form
A-2 Add Items to a Combo Box and Select a Default Item
A-3 Code a Combo Box’s KeyPress Event Procedure
A-4 Create an Event-Handling Sub Procedure
A-5 Calculate Federal Withholding Tax
A-6 Invoke an Independent Sub Procedure and a Function
A-7 Create an Independent Sub Procedure
A-8 Create a Function
A-9 Validate an Application’s Code
A-10 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 7: String Manipulation
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Length Property
The Product ID Application
F-2 Insert Method
F-3 PadLeft and PadRight Methods
The Net Pay Application
F-4 Contains and IndexOf Methods
The City and State Application
F-5 Substring Method
The Rearrange Name Application
F-6 Character Array
The First Name Application
F-7 Remove Method
F-8 Trim, TrimStart, and TrimEnd Methods
The Tax Calculator Application
F-9 Replace Method
F-10 Like Operator
Inventory Application
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Code the Check Digit Application
A-2 Code the Password Application
A-3 Generate Random Integers
A-4 Code the Guess a Letter Application
Use the Enabled Property and Focus Method
A-5 Code the Guess the Word Game Application
Coding the btnNewWord_Click Procedure
Coding the btnTryLetter_Click Procedure
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 8: Arrays
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Arrays
F-2 Declaring One-Dimensional Arrays
Storing Data in a One-Dimensional Array
Determining the Number of Elements in a One-Dimensional Array
Determining the Highest Subscript in a One-Dimensional Array
Traversing a One-Dimensional Array
F-3 For Each…Next Statement
F-4 Calculating the Average Array Value
F-5 Finding the Highest Array Value
F-6 Sorting a One-Dimensional Array
F-7 Two-Dimensional Arrays
Declaring a Two-Dimensional Array
Storing Data in a Two-Dimensional Array
Determining the Highest Subscript in a Two-Dimensional Array
Traversing a Two-Dimensional Array
Totaling the Values Stored in a Two-Dimensional Array
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Associate an Array with a Collection
A-2 Create Accumulator and Counter Arrays
A-3 Create Parallel One-Dimensional Arrays
A-4 Search a Two-Dimensional Array
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 9: Sequential Access Files and Menus
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Sequential Access Files
F-2 Sequential Access Output Files
Output File Example: Game Show Application
F-3 Sequential Access Input Files
ReadToEnd Method Example: Game Show Application
ReadLine Method Example: Game Show Application
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Add a Menu to a Form
GUI Guidelines for Menus
Menu Example: Continents Application
A-2 Code the Items on a Menu
A-3 Modify a Menu
A-4 Accumulate the Values Stored in a File
A-5 Sort the Data Contained in a File
A-6 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 10: Classes and Objects
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Object-Oriented Programming
F-2 Creating a Class
F-3 Instantiating an Object
F-4 Attributes Section of a Class
Attributes Section Example: Franklin Decks Application
F-5 Behaviors Section of a Class
Constructors
Methods Other than Constructors
Behaviors Section Example: Franklin Decks Application
Using the Rectangle Class: Franklin Decks Application
F-6 Adding a Parameterized Constructor to a Class
F-7 Reusing a Class
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Use a ReadOnly Property
A-2 Create Auto-Implemented Properties
A-3 Overload Methods
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 11: SQL Server Databases
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Basic Database Terminology
F-2 Creating a SQL Server Database
F-3 Adding a Table to a Database
F-4 Adding Records to a Table
F-5 Data Source Configuration Wizard
F-6 Binding the Objects in a Dataset
Having the Computer Create a Bound Control
F-7 DataGridView Control
F-8 Copy to Output Directory Property
F-9 Try…Catch Statement
F-10 Two-Table Databases
Relating the Tables
Creating a Database Query
Displaying the Query Information
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Create a Data Form
A-2 Bind Field Objects to Existing Controls
A-3 Perform Calculations on the Fields in a Dataset
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 12: Database Queries with SQL
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 SELECT Statement
F-2 Creating a Query
F-3 Parameter Queries
F-4 Saving a Query
F-5 Invoking a Query from Code
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Add a Calculated Field to a Dataset
A-2 Use the SQL Aggregate Functions
A-3 Professionalize Your Application’s Interface
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
CHAPTER 13: Web Site Applications
FOCUS ON THE CONCEPTS LESSON
F-1 Basic Web Terminology
F-2 Creating a Web Site Application
F-3 Starting a Web Application
F-4 Modifying the Site.master Page
F-5 Personalizing the Default.aspx Page
F-6 Personalizing the About.aspx Page
F-7 Testing with Different Browsers
F-8 Closing and Opening a Web Site Application
Apply the Concepts Lesson
A-1 Repurpose an Existing Web Page
A-2 Add a Table and Controls to a Web Page
A-3 Code a Control on a Web Page
A-4 Use a Validation Control
Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Exercises
APPENDIX A: GUI Design Guidelines
APPENDIX B: Additional Topics
APPENDIX C: Finding and Fixing Program Errors
APPENDIX D: Visual Basic 2017 Cheat Sheet
APPENDIX E: Case Projects
Index
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