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Author: Paul Deitel,Harvey Deitel
ISBN13: 978-0132152136
Title: Visual Basic 2010 How to Program (5th Edition) (Pearson Custom Computer Science)
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Publisher: Pearson; 5 edition (August 30, 2010)
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Visual Basic 2010 How to Program (5th Edition) (Pearson Custom Computer Science) by Paul Deitel,Harvey Deitel



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This book has been thoroughly updated to reflect the major innovations Microsoft has incorporated in Visual Basic 2010 and. Late objects approach. The discussion of creating custom classes is now deferred until Chapter 9, but in the early chapters, lots of existing objects are still used. Chapter 10 discusses how to create powerful new classes quickly by using inheritance to absorb the capabilities of existing classes, and presents the crucial concepts of polymorphism, abstract classes and interfaces. More than a million students and professionals have learned programming and software development with Deitel® How to Program series books. Visual Basic 2010 How to Program provides a clear, simple, concise and engaging late objects introduction to Visual Basic programming. Features: Completely rewritten to focus on introductory Visual Basic courses.

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Visual Basic 2010 How to Program is appropriate for all basic-to-intermediate level courses in Visual Basic 2010 programming.

Created by world-renowned programming instructors Paul and Harvey Deitel, Visual Basic 2010 How to Program, Fifth Edition introduces all facets of the Visual Basic 2010 language through a hands-on approach with hundreds of working programs. This book has been thoroughly updated to reflect the major innovations Microsoft has incorporated in Visual Basic 2010 and .NET 4.0; all discussions and sample code have been carefully audited against the newest Visual Basic language specification. The many new platform features covered in depth in this edition include: LINQ data queries, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), ASP.NET Ajax and the Microsoft Ajax Library, Silverlight-based rich Internet application development, and creating Web services with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). New language features introduced in this edition: object anonymous types, object initializers, implicitly typed local variables and arrays, delegates, lambda expressions, and extension methods.

Students begin by getting comfortable with the free Visual Basic Express 2010 IDE and basic VB syntax included on the CD. Next, they build their skills one step at a time, mastering control structures, classes, objects, methods, variables, arrays, and the core techniques of object-oriented programming. With this strong foundation in place, the Deitels introduce more sophisticated techniques, including inheritance, polymorphism, exception handling, strings, GUI's, data structures, generics, and collections. Throughout, the authors show developers how to make the most of Microsoft’s Visual Studio tools. A series of appendices provide essential programming reference material on topics ranging from number systems to the Visual Studio Debugger, UML 2 to Unicode and ASCII.

Reviews: 7
Kulafyn
I purchased the text for a Course in Vis Basic.NET and as with most Deitel titles--this book delivers the goods if it is read and studied carefully. The only caveat would be to not purchase a used book if you desire to use the full text, since fully one-half of the text is only available after registration with their website--(. . . once a the product has been registered---the new owner of the "used" text must PURCHASE the rights again). So, in short, try not to pay more than it's worth.

I do recommend the book for anyone who wishes to learn about the .NET framework of code development----I found it somewhat refreshing that MS has found a "fairly" simple approach to unifying their coding framework in the .NET paradigm---especially in light to manner of Deitel's approach to live code.

Give the book a try and you will not be disappointed (with caveat in mind!)
Kazigrel
This was required text for a programming class in a non CS major. I am fairly technical, and caught onto many of the topics quickly. I have taken one CS course prior to this, Java.

In a full semester, my professor barely got us through 9 chapters because so many people were having a hard time understanding the concepts. Much of this can be contributed to none technical individuals trying to program, however I think some of it can be contributed to the book as well. I found that I skimmed the chapters for bold, underlined, and italic text, then used online resources to actually teach me the concepts. I did turn back to the book when I need syntax, but that's about it.

I would recommend this book for developers looking to pick up VB, but in all reality, if you're already a dev you could pick up VB by just skimming some of the free online text. There are also better books out there for established programmers like the one by Stephens.

If you're new to programming all together, you'll still learn a lot through the first 4 or 5 chapters, but expect to look elsewhere for any additional question you may have.
Whiteseeker
Awesome book! Lots of exercises and useful stuff. I wish I could have time to do every exercise.
Coiron
This book borders on unintelligible. Multiple concepts are dumped into the same paragraph and are poorly explained or not explained at all. There seems to be an ignorance on the part of the writers to the idea of pacing the information so individuals new to programming can digest it and learn to apply it in a functional environment. My class has discovered inaccuracies in the exercises and we have not even passed midterm yet. It's one of the worst text books I have ever had. Even the layout and design of the book itself contribute to its illegibility. The book is physically small, the text is crammed together and the use of color (just blue and black) makes everything look like one big run on sentence. The PowerPoint slides that accompany the book offer no new information or explanation. They are the book made into PowerPoint and even use the same art and graphics. Just awful.
Prorahun
So far the book has been helpful for learning the basics of the program. However, I'm finding at times that they try to cram too many things on a single page and it makes it difficult to understand what they are talking about.
Anarahuginn
I purchased this book to help teach someone Visual Basic. While the book covers a number of important topics, it is not very well written or easy to follow for beginners. Almost every concept in the book could be explained more clearly, it's almost like it was written in another language and passed through translation software. If you're looking for a beginning VB book, I would recommend "Beginning Visual Basic 2012" by Bryan Newsome.
Ydely
frustrating book, programming is about programming techniques, not learning code by heart
It is a very well written book. I recommend that you do every assignment at the end as I did. Also, look online for some VB tutorials. I found this site very helpful -> [...] in addition to the book.