An object is a combination of code and data that can be treated as a unit. An object can be a piece of an application, like control or a form. An entire application can also be an object.

The VB.NET Object Oriented Programming – Visual Programming

In this “The VB.NET Object Oriented Programming – Visual Programming” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Class and Object
  2. Class Definition
  3. Member Functions and Encapsulation
  4. Constructor and Destructor
  5. Shared Members
  6. Inheritance
  7. Shadowing
  8. Types of Shadowing
  9. Shadowing Through Scope, Shadowing Through Inheritance
  10. Access Modifiers
  11. Abstract Class and Method
  12. Function Overloading
  13. Function Overriding
  14. Difference between Function Overloading and Overriding
  15. Difference between Shadowing and Overriding
  16. Difference between Shadowing and Overloading




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BCA 4th Semester Visual Basic Programming Notes Pdf:

  1. Unit I: Introduction To .NET - Visual Programming
  2. Unit II: The VB.NET Basic - Visual Programming
  3. Unit III: The VB.NET Control Flow Statements - Visual Programming
  4. Unit IV: The VB.NET Procedure Function Exception Hanlding - Visual Programming
  5. Unit VI: The VB.NET Forms and User Interface Elements - Visual Programming
  6. Unit VII: The VB.NET Graphics and File Operations - Visual Programming
  7. Unit VIII: Database Programming with ADO.NET - Visual Programming