Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) is a simple, modern, high level object-oriented programming (OOP) language, multi-paradigm, execute on the .NET Framework. VB.Net was developed to take benefit of the .NET framework-based classes and run-time environment. It was re-engineered by Microsoft as part of its .NET product group. Microsoft currently supplies two main editions of IDE for developing in VB.NET: Microsoft Visual Studio 2013, which is economic software and Visual Studio Express Edition 2013, which is free of charge.
Through this course you will learn about its concepts, expressions in VB.NET, practical examples of some basic programming in VB.NET, programming on greatest integer, binary, constants, program to calculate HRA, DA, medical, allowance, salary, program to check age and eligibility to vote, decision constructs, short circuited if statement, practical examples, looping constructs, loop and additional examples.
VB.Net was developed to take benefit of the .NET framework-based classes and run-time environment. It was re-engineered by Microsoft as part of its .NET product group. VB supports inheritance, polymorphism, and abstraction.