Simple Animation with Visual Basic 2008

This is a simple and very cool animation with VB 2008 ***IMPORTANT*** To make this project work you need these two pics- a bat with its wings and an the other bat with its wings down. To get these pics go the following site After going to the link copy and paste the two pics into a directory (simply a place where u know it is like my pics) Public Clas frmMain Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick Static x As Integer = 5 Static y As Integer = 0 Static flip As Boolean = False If y Mod 2 = 0 Then Me.PictureBox1.Image = My.Resources.bat1_a Else Me.PictureBox1.Image = My.Resources.bat1_b End If if Me.PictureBox1.Left (Greater Then Sign)= 500 Then x = -5 flip = True ElseIf Me.PictureBox1.Left (less Then Sign)= 0 Then x = 5 flip = False End If If flip = True Then Me.PictureBox1.Image.RotateFlip(RotateFlipType.RotateNoneFlipX) End If Me.PictureBox1.Left = Me.PictureBox1.Left + xy += 1 End Sub End Class The next vid that i will make will show how make the naimation move using the arrow keys 🙂

Visual Basic 2008 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

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Sometimes you just need to solve a problem and get on with your work. To that end, Visual Basic 2008 Recipes is a compendium of practical solutions for busy VB . NET programmers. Create time for the more interesting aspects of your VB . NET project by solving common problems with the practical solutions and dozens of code examples in this book. Important new . NET 3. 5 technologies, such as Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) and Language Integrated Query (LINQ), are covered, and each chapter addresses a specific problem domain, including database access, multimedia, XML manipulation, networking, and security. The code is free to download so you can use the recipes immediately. Take advantage of quality, ready–made solutions to common Visual Basic programming problems. Avoid the tedium of having to reinvent the wheel. Focus instead on the more interesting problems specific to your application. Learn from and be inspired by what the authors have done. . . . More >>

Visual Basic 2008 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

Beginning Visual Basic 2010

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This book is designed to teach you how to write useful programs in Visual Basic 2010 as quickly and easily as possible. There are two kinds of beginners for whom this book is ideal: You’re a beginner to programming and you’ve chosen Visual Basic 2010 as the place to start. That’s a great choice! Visual Basic 2010 is not only easy to learn, it’s also fun to use and very powerful. You can program in another language but you’re a beginner to . NET programming. Again, you’ve made a great choice! Whether you’ve come from Fortran or Visual Basic 6, you’ll find that this book quickly gets you up to speed on what you need to know to get the most from Visual Basic 2010. Visual Basic 2010 offers a great deal of functionality in both tools and language. No one book could ever cover Visual Basic 2010 in its entirety—you would need a library of books. What this book aims to do is to get you started as quickly and eas. . . More >>

Beginning Visual Basic 2010

Visual Basic 2008 / Visual Basic .NET Tutorial #7 – The Progress Bar

This tutorial will teach you the easiest method of using a Progress Bar in your application for Visual Basic 2008. This is not the best way but as it is an early tutorial, it should help the beginners understand.

Key Terms:

Progress Bar ProgressBar.Increment

Starting Out With Visual Basic 2008 Update

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KEY BENEFIT: This step-by-step approach helps readers understand the logic behind developing quality programs while introducing the Visual Basic 2008 language. KEY TOPICS: Introduction to Programming and Visual Basic 2008; Creating Applications with Visual Basic; Input, Variables, Exceptions, and Calculations; Making Decisions and Working with Strings; Lists, Loops, Validation, and More; Sub Procedures and Functions; Multiple Forms,… More >>

Starting Out With Visual Basic 2008 Update

LAN Chat program Simple Tutorial Visual Basic Network

This is a simple LAN Chat program written in visual basic 6.0. It is a step by step guide to programing your own LAN chat program. With image shots for clearer viewing also. – Christopher McKirgan

Visual Basic 2008 / Visual Basic .NET Tutorial #5 – Math Functions

This tutorial will simply teach you how to perform simple Math Operations in Visual Basic 2008. It is proably the most boring part of the language, but once you have mastered the simple parts of the language you can move on to the more interesting and advanced ones. Key Terms: ————— Math Operators Calculator Plus Minus Divide Multiply

Visual Basic 2008 Tutorial – Send an EMail WORKING – HD

This is for those that asked me for more than months and now here it is! This is fully functional and the tutorial’s code is really easy to follow. Everything you need to send an email from your program is a GMail account:

Visual Basic 2008 / Visual Basic .NET Tutorial #4 – If Statements

This tutorial will help you understand what an If Statement is. If Statements will help your application decide what to do in a given situation. They are also a part of every programming language in existance. Key Terms: ————— If Statement Then End If

Understanding Variable Scope and Duration in Visual Basic 6

Variable Scope

The scope of a variable determines where you can access that variable in your code. If a variable is in scope you can read or set it’s value. If it is out of scope you will not be able to access it.

There are three types of scope for variables in Visual Basic:

Global Scope
Global variables are in scope anywhere in your application. Module Scope
Module level variables are in scope anywhere within the module where they are declared. Local Scope
Local variables are only in scope within the procedure where they are declared.

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How to generate a random number sequence that is non-repeating in visual basic .net ?

I am writing a matching program, and need 24 objects to randomly appear, each twice, across 48 spaces. I figured the best way for me to do this would be to assign the positions a number 1 through 48. but the problem is I can’t find a way to generate a random number sequence in visual basic 9 .net

I found many examples in visual basic .net but the conversion doesn’t work. If not some code, many some example programs that either use a random number sequence or randomly sets the position of objects.


Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Programmer’s Cookbook

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Filled with the ingredients developers need—code samples, instructions, and solutions to common problems—this book is the logical place for developers to start building projects and learning more about Visual Basic .NET…. More >>

Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Programmer’s Cookbook

Program a DVD PLAYER in VISUAL BASIC 2008 (Intermediate)

PLEASE visit my new Visual Basic Tutorials Website! How to program a DVD PLAYER in VISUAL BASIC 2008 (Intermediate). This is only intended as a guide to get you started. You can experiment by trying to make a menu button, eject button etc. NOTE If you try something on your program that the DVD doesnt support then your program is likely to crash. Go to this address to find out more about the “mswebdvd” component. Enjoy! ——————— This program can be a bit dodgy sometimes but be patient with it and you should get it to work. I hit a few problems when doing it. The program wont work with vista because of the different DVD components. Apologies for the poor video quality at the end, it was difficult recording the DVD video off the screen.

GUI interface using visual basic to track the killers IP address CSI

Fair use claim: -this serves an educational purpose in demonstrating computer illiteracy as it pertains to American Television -the clip is far too short to compete in any way with the original product and its intended use -there is no way that this could be confused with an official broadcast or redistribution by the content creator -the clip is being use non-commercially

Visual Basic 2008 / Visual Basic .NET Tutorial #3 – Variables

This tutorial will help you understand what a Variable is, how to create a variable and how they could be used. I have explained it in depth for the new programmers that have never used a variable before. Variables are one of the most important parts of programming that you will ever learn, so remember the syntax! Key Terms: ————— Variables Dim As Integer String Value