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16-Do While

Do While loop can have one or more conditions in its expression. In performing it, you have to use a special syntax form. This syntax form gives a way to continue performing while one or more conditions are true.   This is the syntax in doing Do While Loop. < View plain text > vb Do While [counter] &gt;= [start #] […]

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14-Splash Screen

In Visual basic Splash screens are often used to display information to a user while an application is loading. Visual Basic contains a Splash Screen form the template in which you can add it to your Windows Application project and allows you to specify a splash screen for your project.   To add a splash screen template […]

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15-For Loop

The For Loop repeats a group of statements in a specified number of times while a loop index counts the number of loop iterations as the loop performs.   This is the syntax in constructing a loop. < View plain text > vb For [counter variable] as [datatype] = [start #] to [end #] statements….. nex […]

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13-Text to Speech

The .Net Framework 3.5 produce set of speech libraries for developing a Text-to-Speech. The System.Speech.Synthesis namespace provides lot of classes for Text-to-Speech just like SpeechSynthesizer , VoiceInfo, InstalledVoice and many more. Here’s the example on how to create Text-to-Speech application:   Open the Visual Basic, select “File” on the menu, hit new and create a new project. The New […]

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11-Linking Forms

How to link multiple Forms? Linking form to another is not a major technical problem for most programmers who have been working without default instances of non-form classes for so long. If you are used to building Windows applications using Visual basic, well it’s a big change. This change is that you need to have […]

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10-The Menu Strip

The MenuStrip control serves as the container for the menu structure. It works as the top-level container for the menu structure. It is composed of ToolStripMenuItem class and the ToolStripDropDownMenu class that provide the functionalities such as create menu items, sub menus and drop-down menus.   Example for adding MenuStrip.   In the toolbox select menustrip control and […]

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09-The Radio Button And The CheckBox

This section will help you learn how to use  radiobuttons and checkboxes for presenting and retrieving user choices.   Radio buttons  or also known as option buttons always work as part of a group. For instance, if you select one radio button in the group it immediately clears all the other radio buttons.   See the example […]

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08-The Listbox

ListBox control displays a list of items that enables the user to select one or more and present a list of choices.   The choices are displayed vertically in a single column by default, although you can set up multiple columns too. The user can scroll up and down, or left to right through the list […]

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07-The Progress Bar

Progress bar control is used to provide visual feedback to the users about the status of the task. The bar fills from the left to the right to help you determine the progress of the operation and how long would it takes.   Now, click the progress bar in the toolbox and drag it into the form. […]

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