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Undergraduate Bulletin 2008-2009 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2008-2009 [Archived Catalog]

CS 114 - Introduction to Visual Basic


This course provides an introduction to programming using the Visual Basic language and its integrated development environment. Topics to be covered include the syntax and structure of the VB language; controls, dialog boxes, and other interface tools; menu design; multiple forms; error-trapping; and arrays. Other topics that may be covered include object linking and embedding (OLE); VB for applications; database development using record sets and databound controls; data handling; grids; validation and election; drag and drop; and graphics, and new revisions for interoperability with other languages.

Preparation for Course
C: MA 150 or MA 153.

Cr. 3.
Notes
If you are majoring in this discipline, you may want to consider the Science and Engineering Research Semester. See information under Arts and Sciences (Part 3).