Microsoft visual BASIC.NET: language reference

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Microsoft Press, Mar 13, 2002 - Computers - 528 pages

Here’s official documentation for the Visual Basic® .NET language, including descriptions of all language elements from A to Z. This LANGUAGE REFERENCE is taken from the electronic product documentation for Visual Basic .NET. In its printed form, this material is portable, easy to use, and easy to browse—a comprehensive alternative to the substantial online help system in Visual Basic .NET Standard software.

Get the details you need on language and run-time elements, including:

  • Attributes
  • Constants and enumerations
  • Data types
  • Directives
  • Functions
  • Keywords
  • Methods
  • Objects
  • Operators
  • Properties
  • Statements

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Contents

Overview of Visual Basic Concepts
35
APPENDlX A Operators
451
APPENDlX B Summary Lists continued
462
Copyright

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