Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 6: Input, Output, and Procedures
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Chapter 6
Input, Output, and Procedures

This chapter introduces two topics. Introduction to input and output provides introductory topics to input and output features available in VB, which are essential to your understanding of input and output concepts. In addition, some of these features provide a convenient means for you to design sound interactions between your program and the user. Also, the section on procedures discusses the uses of general procedures in structuring VB code. The advantages of using general procedures are too significant to overemphasize, and are outlined at the end of that section after you gain a good working knowledge of general procedures. This chapter concludes with an example that represents an attempt to show how all the pieces you learn from this chapter can be put together.
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

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