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material A rigorous instructional design methodology is followed to create engaging and. compelling course content, NIIT trains over 200 000 executives and learners each year in information technology. areas using stand up training video aided instruction computer based training CBT. and Internet based training IBT NIIT has been featured in the Guinness Book of World. Records for the largest number of learners trained in one year. NIIT has developed over 10 000 hours of instructor led training ILT and over 3 000. hours of Internet based training and computer based training IDC ranked NIIT among. the Top 15 IT training providers globally for the year 2000 Through the innovative use of. training methods and its commitment to research and development NIIT has been in the. forefront of computer education and training for the past 20 years. Quality has been the prime focus at NIIT Most of the processes are ISO 9001 certified. It was the 12th company in the world to be assessed at Level 5 of SEI CMM NIIT s. Content Learning Material Development facility is the first in the world to be assessed. at this highest maturity level NIIT has strategic partnerships with companies such as. Computer Associates IBM Microsoft Oracle and Sun Microsystems. About the Authors, Kuljit Kaur is an MCSD who has worked with NIIT since 1998 as a technical trainer. technical writer instructional designer and an ID reviewer She has two years of. experience in teaching various career programs at NIIT s Career Education Group. division Kuljit has taught various technical subject areas including Networking. Essentials SQL Server 6 5 Microsoft Windows NT Server 4 0 Windows 95 Windows. 98 Microsoft Office 97 and 2000 Microsoft Visual Basic 6 0 Microsoft Visual C 4 0. Windows 32 API programming HTML Microsoft Visual Java Unix C and C She has. also set up and managed labs for students and in addition has administered Novell 3 11. and UNIX SCO based networks, Kuljit has worked extensively as an instructional designer and as a developer with NIIT s. Knowledge Solutions Business division to develop and review instructor led training ILT. products for various software and technologies These include Microsoft Office 2000. Microsoft Office XP Macromedia Flash 5 Macromedia Dreamweaver 3 0 and 4 0. Authorware Macromedia Fireworks 3 and 4 Web Site Design Netscape Communicator. 6 and VBA She has worked on projects for various U S based clients on these. technologies, Pooja Bembey works as an instructional designer in the Knowledge Solutions Business. KSB division of NIIT In this position Pooja designs develops tests and implements. instructor led Web based and classroom based training material Pooja s. responsibilities include training development executives project management. instructional review technical review and ensuring compliance to ISO and SEICMM. Introduction,Goal of the Book, This book provides a hands on approach to learning Visual Basic NET one of the most.
popular and easy to learn language provided by the NET framework The book is aimed. at readers with programming knowledge of earlier versions of Visual Basic These. readers are assumed to be experienced application developers who have knowledge of. developing applications using any of the earlier versions of Visual Basic. The book starts with a few overview chapters that cover the key concepts of Visual. Basic NET These chapters act as an information store for readers and provide a. concrete idea about the concepts After that follows a chapter on how to migrate existing. Visual Basic applications to the NET platform A major part of the book revolves around. professional projects that are based on real life situations They follow a simple to. complex approach to cover specific subject areas and to guide the readers in. implementing their learning in practical scenarios The projects range from a simple. project to create a Windows application using ADO NET as the data access model to a. complex project to create a Web application using a Web service In addition there are. projects that will introduce how to create a Word to XML converter application and how. to create a mobile Web application These projects help readers accomplish their goals. by understanding the practical and real life application of Visual Basic NET. In addition to the overview chapters and the professional projects this book also. includes another section the appendixes This section acts as a quick reference to some. of the additional concepts that will help readers learn know more about NET framework. How to Use this Book, This book has been organized to facilitate a better grasp of content covered in the book. The various conventions used in the book are as follows. Analysis This book incorporates an analysis of code explaining line by line. what it did and why, Tips Tips have been used to provide special advice or unusual shortcuts with. the product, Notes Notes give additional information that might be of interest to the reader. but is not essential to performing the task at hand. Cautions Cautions are used to warn users of possible disastrous results if. they perform a task incorrectly, New term definitions All new terms have been italicized and then defined as. a part of the text,Part I Introducing Visual Basic NET.
Chapter 1 NET Overview, Chapter 2 Object Oriented Features in Visual Basic NET. Chapter 3 Visual Studio NET Integrated Development Environment. Chapter 4 Variables and Operators,Chapter 5 Arrays and Collections. Chapter 6 Conditional Logic,Chapter 7 Procedures and Functions. Chapter 1 NET Overview, The NET framework is the latest platform from Microsoft and it provides a. multilanguage environment that enables you to develop deploy and run Web based. applications and services It provides a new level of interoperability that enables you to. reuse components created in other languages It also provides new and advanced. features such as garbage collection and enhanced security This chapter examines the. components of the NET framework,Components of the NET Framework.
The NET framework is composed of classes and services that form a layer between. applications and the operating system It consists of the following two main components. Common language runtime CLR,NET framework class library. The next sections look at these two components in detail. Common Language Runtime, The CLR is the runtime environment of the NET framework CLR provides a common. set of services such as exception handling security and debugging to languages that. are CLR compatible All programming languages in Visual Studio NET such as Visual. Basic NET and Visual C NET support the CLR, During the execution of a program the CLR controls the interaction of code with the. operating system Code that is executed by the CLR is known as managed code In. contrast code that is not executed by the CLR is known as unmanaged code Managed. code cooperates with the CLR by providing metadata to the CLR The CLR in turn. provides services such as garbage collection and memory management to the code. Unlike managed code unmanaged code can bypass the NET Framework API and make. direct calls to the operating system, During compilation the CLR converts code into Microsoft Intermediate Language MSIL. MSIL is a set of instructions that are CPU independent MSIL includes instructions for. loading storing initializing and calling methods It also contains instructions about. arithmetic and logical operations and exception handling When any code is compiled in. addition to MSIL metadata is created and stored with the compiled code Metadata. contains information about the members types and references in the code The CLR. uses metadata to locate and load classes generate native code provide security and. execute code Thus after code is compiled the compiled file contains MSIL and. metadata The compiled file containing MSIL and metadata is known as a portable. executable PE file Before code is executed however the MSIL in the PE file is. converted to native code The just in time JIT compiler of the CLR uses the metadata. and converts MSIL into native code Unlike MSIL native code is CPU dependent. Therefore the CLR provides various JIT compilers and each works on a different. architecture This implies that depending on the JIT compiler used to compile MSIL the. same MSIL can be executed on different architectures. While managing code the CLR also performs various tasks such as managing memory. security and threads and verifying and compiling code For example when an. application is running the CLR allocates memory manages threads and processes and. enforces the security policy, The CLR defines the common type system CTS which is a standard type system used.
by all languages that support the CLR The CTS lists the types supported by the CLR. and they include the following,Interfaces,Value types. The use of the CTS ensures that data types such as Integer String and Long. have the same implementation across CLR compatible languages This implies that you. can pass a variable from a class created in a CLR compatible language to another class. regardless of the programming language used because data types have the same. implementation across languages, Now that you ve looked at the features of the CLR you ll look at the features of the NET. framework class library,NET Framework Class Library. The NET framework class library includes multiple reusable object oriented and. extensible classes It is integrated with the CLR and is common to all programming. languages in Visual Studio NET, The NET framework class library provides a common set of classes across. programming languages While developing applications you can use these classes to. create new classes You can use the classes in the NET framework class library to. develop applications and implement cross language inheritance. The classes in the NET framework class library are organized hierarchically In the NET. framework class library the System namespace is at the top of the hierarchy and. contains all other classes On a broad level the System namespace contains classes. that enable you to perform the following tasks,Converting data types.
Manipulating parameters,Invoking local and remote programs. Managing the application environment, You will learn more about using namespaces later in this chapter Table 1 1 describes. some of the namespaces in the NET framework class library. Table 1 1 Namespaces in the NET Framework Class Library. Namespace Contains,Microsoft Csharp,Microsoft Jscript. Microsoft VisualBasic,Microsoft Win32,Manipulate,the system. exceptions,and define,data types,events and,interfaces.
attributes, The System namespace contains various other namespaces such as System Xml. System Web System Text and System Security, Now that you know the basic structure of the NET framework you will take a look at its. NET Framework Features, The NET framework provides the basic functionality that can be used across languages. For example the NET framework provides Windows forms and Web forms You can use. Windows forms to create Windows applications in any NET language Similarly using. any language that supports the NET framework you can access Web forms and create. Web applications, The NET framework provides an integrated debugger You can use the integrated. debugger to debug the code written for the NET framework regardless of the. programming language used to write the code For example you can use the debugger. to debug an application that was written in Visual Basic NET and that includes. components created in Visual C NET In addition in the NET framework you can also. debug a program while it is running To do so you attach the debugger to the running. program The debugger also enables you to perform remote debugging. The NET framework introduces the concept of assemblies An assembly is a collection. of one or more classes that can be used by multiple applications You can use. assemblies to build applications The applications you create are made up of one or. more assemblies Assemblies which are self describing components simplify the. deployment of applications In the NET framework you don t need to register. assemblies in the system registry You can store assemblies in a directory on your. computer In addition assemblies enable you to solve version control problems. Assemblies provide an infrastructure that enables you to enforce versioning rules As. mentioned earlier you don t need to register assemblies However if multiple. applications need to access an assembly you must add the assembly to the global. assembly cache GAC The GAC stores the assemblies that are shared among. applications running on a computer You can install and remove assemblies from the. GAC You can use the Global Assembly Cache tool to install and remove assemblies. You can also view the contents of an assembly by using the Global Assembly Cache. The NET framework also introduces a new security mechanism for applications by. providing code access security CAS and role based security CAS enables you to. specify permissions for code CAS settings determine the actions that the code can or. cannot perform By specifying CAS you ensure that the code is not misused Role. based security ensures that unauthorized users cannot access applications Using role

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