This is a comprehensive course in using Visual BASIC to implement Windows programming concepts. These include usage of Window's controls, icons, bit maps, DLLs, VBXs, OLE, DDE, and memory allocation. The course teaches the considerations of custom installation, structured programming, problem solving, the uses of Visual BASIC as a system prototyping tool, and the uses of Visual BASIC for live systems development.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|CIS 111 - Computer Science I: Programming and Concepts|
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