Visual Basic - Working with Collections and Event-Driven Programming - Revised
Learn about collections, LINQ, enumerations, and how to implement event-driven programming, with this free course.
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This course will first teach you how to work with collections. You will analyze the difference between generic and non-generic collections and learn how to use each of them in your code. You will then study the Language Integrated Query (LINQ) including the Lamda (Method) Syntax and Query (Comprehension) Syntax, look into their differences, and know when to use them in your program. The course will also cover Enumerations and their functions.
You will then learn how to easily handle exceptions that occur within your application. The course will discuss event-driven programming and teach you how to take control when adding and removing event handlers to specific events. You will also learn how to build applications that will not crash through the use of the "Try Catch End Try" code block. Finally, you will learn how to decode your program when compilation errors occur.
Visual Basic has made it much easier to develop application software for Windows, and corporations and government agencies alike now utilize the language to automate certain tasks. This makes knowledge of Visual Basic a valuable skills. This Visual Basic - Working with Collections and Event-driven Programming course will teach you the essentials of Virtual Basic. So, check out the course today and start strengthening your skills as a software developer.
Having completed this course, you will be able to:
- Explain how to use collections
- Describe how to create a dictionary in visual studio
- Define the difference between generic and non-generic collections
- Define what LINQ stands for
- Explain the difference between query syntax and method syntax
- Describe what Enumeration is
- Define what event-driven programming consists of
- Explain how to handle exceptions that occur within an application
- Describe how to build applications that will not crash through the use of the ‘Try Catch' ‘End Try1 code block
- Describe how to take control of adding or removing event handlers to specific events
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