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    Visual Basic Listings
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    Discovering Visual Basic .NET: Repeating Code
    In this series, Discovering Visual Basic .NET: Making Decisions , you found out how to make your programs smarter by letting them make their own decisions. In the this article, I'll introduce the topic of looping and show you how to get your program to execute several lines of code again and again. VB.NET has two types of loops. The For...Next loop counts off a certain number of times and then quits.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    VB.NET Single Sign-On with DIGEST, BASIC and LDAP
    In this article about ASP.NET Digest authentication here, I published a piece with an HttpModule for Digest Authentication in VB.NET, which was based primarily on an original piece in C# done by Greg Reinacker on his blog page. Since then, I've received a number of thanks for wiring up the database code and providing a schema and a sample test web application. One of the most common requests I received has been to provide a BASIC Authentication module also written in VB.NET. Now, personally, I prefer to use C# for almost all of my .NET coding, but since the original article I did had a VB.NET version, I felt I had an obligation to more or less complete the picture.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Visual Basic Business Objects - A Primer
    When software visionaries promote the benefits of distributed architectures the term business object is frequently used. Somewhere in their discourse any number of the following terms are used in every possible permutation: 3-tier, N-tier, software component, and ActiveX. The message, while inspiring, frequently provides a view equivalent to surveying the landscape at an elevation of 30,000 feet. Sorting out clear direction can be a perplexing and frustrating task.This article is written for software practitioners who, having heard and accepted the message, now yearn for practical guidance on how to transform vision into reality, or more accurately, how to transform vision into code.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Switching From VB to PHP
    This article focuses on the switch from Visual Basic to PHP. First we look at the bicycle to car changeover then specific help for VB programmers starting out with PHP.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Tutorials: Discover Visual Basic.Net
    In this article series, you'll discover the fundamental information you need to begin writing real programs in the most widely used programming language in the world: Visual Basic. In this article, specifically, I'll describe what you need to get going and how to get it. I'll also cover some basic concepts and terms that will lay the foundation for creating your own .NET programs. Finally, before you finish this first article in the series, you will have created and run your first .NET application.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Read Registry values in VB without API
    Often you'll want to manipulate the Windows registry in Visual sic without resorting to lengthy API calls. Fortunately you can with the Registry Access Functions (RegObj.dll) library. This DLL lets you create a Registry object with which you can manipulate specific keys. For example, in a previous tip we showed you how to use the WebBrowser control to display an animated GIF.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Using OpenGL with VB.NET
    Although VB.NET is not the first programming language that comes to mind when you are thinking of writing applications that use the OpenGL API , it is possible (and not that difficult), if you are willing to dip your toes in the warm waters of open source software. OpenGL was originally developed by SGI , and is now available in commercial and free incarnations. In case you have never heard of it, OpenGL is an industry standard multi-platform API for 3D.

    Updated: 05/05/2005

    Visual Basic Developer: VB-Helper
    Visual Basic Developer columnist Rod Stephens gives you a crash course in VB.NET drawings and 18 sample programs to experiment with.

    Updated: 03/23/2005

    Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET
    Learn how to work with Visual Basic .NET pages running inside of ASP.NET. Topics include how to deal with changes in variable declaration syntax, subroutine usage, data access with ADO, and more.

    Updated: 03/23/2005

    Speed: NGen Revs Up Your Performance with Powerful New Features
    Get ready for the newest version of NGen!

    Updated: 02/22/2005

    Visual Basic Listings
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