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XSEN 4100 - Event Driven Programming and Visual Basic F,W (2-2) [0.50]

This course covers the essential programming concepts supported by the Visual Basic programming language, including: object-oriented programming, database management, activeX controls, file I/O, user-defined data types. Various objects (forms, modules and controls) provided by Visual Basic will be used. The course will introduce the fundamental concepts of the event-driven and visual programming. Visual Basic Professional Edition will be used as the integrated development environment. The interaction between Visual Basic and various DBMS software packages will be introduced. This course is taught at Seneca College.