Visual Basic - Working with Classes, Scope and Namespaces
Learn how to program with classes, scope and namespaces in Visual Basic.
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The course Visual Basic - Working with Classes, Scope and Namespaces introduces you to features of the Visual Basic programming language in order for you to create a more advanced application for the end user. You will learn about classes and methods, the difference between them, and their functions. You will also learn about adding new classes and creating an instance of a class.
This course teaches you about working with the .NET framework class library which is an important asset of the Visual Basic program. You will learn to add a reference to a class defined in the .NET framework class library.
This course will then inform you about the uses of scopes and modifiers and how they can affect the outcome of your code. You will become familiar with namespaces, learn how to work with arguments, and create and add references to assemblies.
This course is video-based which will allow you work alongside the teacher in order for you to see first-hand how to write the code for your application. This video-based course will allow you to pause and rewind the video allowing you to learn the content at your own pace. This course is suitable for those with a basic knowledge of Visual Basic or those hoping to improve their skills in the programming language.
Having completed this course you will be able to: - Explain how to use the existing .NET framework class library efficiently. - Describe the nature of classes and how to create an instance of a class. - Define how to use the properties and methods of a class. - Describe how to add a new class to your project. - Define what happens when there are no more references to an object. - Describe how to change the default namespace for your project. - Distinguish the difference between an executable assembly and a library assembly. - Explain how to add a reference to a class defined in the .NET framework class library. - Explain how you work with arguments that you pass into your application. - Define the difference between the debug and release version.
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