techtips.timlaytonllc.com – Lesson 5 – Learning Visual Basic has two parts. This is part 2 of the lesson. Tim Layton continues building on his Learning Visual Basic From the Ground Up Series by showing you how to deal with implicit casting, perform data conversions, write If statements to handle data validation and more. For the written part of this lesson and all of the other lessons visit the blog address at http
A quick tutorial on how to make a program that can log you out, restart your computer and shut it down, you can use this as a system control thing, or you can make a prank out of this so that it will shut your friends computers down or whatever. Sorry that there is no sound, my mic broke ages ago and I’ve been meaning to get a new one. Remember this NEEDS Visual Basic 6.0 but I tried this on .NET and it worked also.
Part one of setting up a pretty decent calculator in Visual Basic (Actually functions much like the Windows calculator)
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
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 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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