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Visual Basic .NET by Shirish Chavan

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Chapter 10

Structured Programming

After reading this chapter, you will learn the basic concepts of structured programming, modularity, and information hiding and study the use of the following keywords: Dim, Private, Public, Friend, and Static. You will also be able to use two forms in a project, to set a desired form as a StartUp object, to pass the arguments to functions and procedures by value and by reference, to use modules, and finally, to create a composite data type using Structure.

10.1 WHAT IS STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING

In a broad sense, the term “structured programming” refers to the movement that transformed the art of programming into a rational science. It all began with a letter by Edsger Dijkstra, “Go To Statement Considered Harmful” ...

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