O' Level Made Simple Application of .NET Technology M4.I-R4)

Author:

Prof. Satish Jain

,

Shashi Singh

,

M. Geetha Iyer

,

Ambrish Rai

Publisher:

BPB Publications

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Publisher

BPB Publications

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

9788183333450

ISBN-10 8183333451
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 326 Pages
Language (English)
Weight (grms) 656

This book covers the and entire syllabus for M4.1R4 namely, and application of.Net technology and in clear and simple style. This book presents a detailed discussion on and.Net Framework, C# basics and Advanced features, as well as ASP.Net for web applications.And in addition, and it elucidates basic and advanced programming techniques using visual Basic.Net. These are explained in simple English with many screens and examples.And features set of review questions with answers are added at the end of each br>Chapter to help students to have a feel of the type of questions likely to be asked in the examination.Solved and review questions and containing objective as well as descriptive questions are added and at the end of and each br>Chapter so that the readers can evaluate their progress and by comparing their answers and with the answers that are given in the book comprehensive glossary of technical terms and index are added for easy access to numerous terms needed for understanding the subject matter and finding answers to objective type of questions.Contents Chapter 1: and the.Net Framework chapter 2: andc# basics chapter 3: andc# using librariesandchapter 4: and Advanced features using chapter 5: ASP.Net 2.0Chapter 6: Introduction to programming with visual Basic.Net chapter 7: file and database applications chapter 8: Advanced programming constructschapter 9:.NET architecture and Advanced tools glossary index Specimen answer sheet for objective questions and.

Prof. Satish Jain

Shashi Singh

M. Geetha Iyer

Ambrish Rai

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