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Visual Basic .NET

 Chapter 1: Essential Visual Basic
    Putting Visual Basic to Work
    What's New in VB .NET?
    Upgrading from Visual Basic 6.0
    The .NET Framework and the Common Language Runtime
    Building VB .NET Applications
    The Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment
    Coding to Get the Most from Visual Basic
 Chapter 2: The Visual Basic Language: Operators, Conditionals, and Loops
    The Visual Basic Keywords
    Visual Basic Statements
    All About Statement Syntax
    The Option and Imports Statements
    Immediate Solutions: Declaring Constants
    Creating Enumerations
    Declaring Variables
    What Data Types Are Available?
    Converting between Data Types
    Checking Data Types
    Declaring Arrays and Dynamic Arrays
    Handling Strings
    Converting Strings to Numbers and Back Again
    Converting between Characters and Character Codes
    Using Visual Basic Operators
    Understanding Visual Basic Operator Precedence
    Commenting Your Code
    Making Decisions with If¡­Else Statements
    Using Select Case
    Making Selections with Switch and Choose
    Looping to Execute Statements Repetitively
    Using the Do Loop
    Using the For Loop
    Using the For Each¡­Next Loop
    Using the While Loop
    The With Statement
    Handling Higher Math
    Handling Dates and Times
    Handling Financial Data
    Ending a Program at Any Time
 Chapter 3: The Visual Basic Language: Procedures, Scope, and Exception Handling
    Sub Procedures and Functions
    Understanding Scope
    Handling Exceptions
    Immediate Solutions: Creating Sub Procedures
    Creating Functions
    Commenting Your Procedures
    Passing a Variable Number of Arguments
    Specifying Optional Procedure Arguments
    Preserving a Variable's Values between Procedure Calls
    Creating Procedure Delegates
    Creating Properties
    Understanding Scope
    Using Unstructured Exception Handling
    Using Resume Next and Resume Line
    Using On Error GoTo 0
    Getting an Exception's Number and Description
    Raising an Exception Intentionally
    Using Structured Exception Handling
    Exception Filtering in the Catch Block
    Using Multiple Catch Statements
    Using Finally
    Throwing an Exception
    Throwing a Custom Exception
 Chapter 4: Windows Forms

 Chapter 5: Windows Forms: Text Boxes, Rich Text Boxes, Labels, and Link Labels

 Chapter 6: Windows Forms: Buttons, Checkboxes, Radio Buttons, Panels, and Group Boxes

 Chapter 7: Windows Forms: List Boxes, Checked List Boxes, Combo Boxes, and Picture Boxes

 Chapter 8: Windows Forms: Scroll Bars, Splitters, Track Bars, Pickers, Notify Icons, Tool Tips, and Timers

 Chapter 9: Windows Forms: Menus, Built-in Dialog Boxes, and Printing

 Chapter 10: Windows Forms: Image Lists, Tree and List Views, Toolbars, Status and Progress Bars, and Tab Controls

 Chapter 11: Object-Oriented Programming

 Chapter 12: Object-Oriented Inheritance

 Chapter 13: Graphics and File Handling

 Chapter 14: Web Forms

 Chapter 15: Web Forms: Buttons, Text Boxes, Labels, Literals, and Place Holders

 Chapter 16: Web Forms: Checkboxes, Radio Buttons, Tables, and Panels

 Chapter 17: Images, Image Buttons, List Boxes, Drop-Down Lists, Hyperlinks, and Link Buttons

 Chapter 18: Validation Controls, Calendars, and Ad Rotators

 Chapter 19: Web Forms: HTML Controls

 Chapter 20: Data Access with ADO.NET

 Chapter 21: Binding Controls to Databases

 Chapter 22: Handling Databases in Code

 Chapter 23: Database Access in Web Applications

 Chapter 24: Creating User Controls, Web User Controls, and Multithreading

 Chapter 25: Creating Windows Services, Web Services, and Deploying Applications

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