MCM Master of Computer ManagementRTMNU Syllabus MCM Semester 2 Visual Basic Programming - Syllabus Course and Classes For MCM
Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for MCM Part 1 First semester MCM Part 1 second semester MCM Part 2 third semester and MCM Part 2 fourth semester for all universities in India . The Following syllabus is of Nagpur University. Final Year Projects Training is also given to MCM Students.
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Visual Basic Programming
Introduction to Visual Basic, Event driven programming, Programming constructs - Variables, Types of Variables, Data Types, Scope of Variables, Constants, system defined functions, Operators (Precedence and Associatively), Creating User Interface, VB Controls (Label, Text box, Command button, Frame, Check box, Option button, List box, Combo box, Timer, Drive list box, Directory list box, File list box, Horizontal and vertical scroll bars, Image, Picture box, Shape, Line, Data, OLE container), Microsoft windows common controls (Tab Strip, Tool bar, Status Bar, Progress Bar, Tree View, List View, Image List, Slider, Date Picker, Month View), adding controls to a form, adding controls at run time, Unit –II
Working with Procedure, Function and Modules (Form, Class, Standard Modules) Scope of Procedures, Calling Procedures, Calling Functions, Passing Arguments, Control Structures : If-Then, If-Then-Else, Select Case, Loops Structures : Do-While, While -Wend, For-Next, For-Each, With-End With. Arrays : Declaring an Array, Types of Array (Fixed arrays, Single-dimensional arrays, Multidimensional arrays, Dynamic arrays), Control Array. Menus : Creating Menus, Adding Menu Items, Adding Code for the Menus, Modifying menus at run time, Creating Pop-Up Menus.
Unit – III
Database Programming in Visual Basic Use of data control, creating database using Visual data manager, validating data, data bound controls. Comparative study of Data Access Techniques : DAO, RDO, ADO, ODBC Data access object : DAO Architecture , Database connectivity through data access object. Types of recordset , setting properties and record editing & updating , searching records.
UNIT IV :
Active X data object ADO architecture, setting data source through Active X Data objects. Use of ADO control , connecting ADODC to bound controls. Use of different data bound Controls. Editing , Updating & searching through ADO. Data Reports, Data Environment designer adding connection & commands Data report controls creating & printing reports. Error handling : Types of errors, Debugging , tools for debugging, break mode,break points, watch window, immediate window. Handling runtime errors. BOOKS RECOMMENDED :
1. PAUL SHERIFF TEACHES VB-6 BY SHERIFF (PHI)
2. VISUAL BASIC: PETER WRITES
3. LEARN VB 6 BY HALVARSON ( MICROSOFT/PHI)
4. VB PROGRAMMING FOR A ABSOLUTE BEGINNER – MICHAEL VINE (PHI)
5. VISUAL BASIC: SUPPER BIBLE TECH MEDIA
6. VISUAL BASIC: STEPHEN SOLOSKY (PHI)
7. COMPLETE REFERENCE VISUAL BASIC – TATA MCGROW HILL
8. FRONT END DEVELOPMENT USING VISUAL BASIC BY DR. S.B.KISHOR(DASGANU)
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