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CPTR1112 – Visual Basic Program II pdf

Credits: 3 (2/1/0)
Description: This course is the second and final course in the BASIC programming language. Topics include looping, menus, arrays, subroutines, sorting, strings and files.
Prerequisites: CPTR1110
Corequisites: (None)
  1. Demonstrate industry standard graphical user interface design for advanced applications.
  2. Demonstrate industry standard code development techniques for the new topics studied.
  3. Follow documentation standards.
  4. Test object-oriented event-driven applications.
  5. Pass data by value.
  6. Pass data by reference.
  7. Create a sub procedure.
  8. Create a function procedure.
  9. Utilize sequential access files.
  10. Align the text written to a sequential access file.
  11. Code exception handling routines.
  12. Apply sorting techniques.
  13. Use one and two dimensional arrays.
  14. Associate a procedure with different events.
  15. Differentiate between a structure variable and member variables.
  16. Utilize classes.
  17. Add methods to a class.
  18. Use ADO.NET.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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