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A program which makes the computer a useful tool.
Assignment statement
Uses the equal sign to give the object property on the left of the equal sign the value on the right of the equal sign.
The statements in a procedure.
Click event procedure
A procedure that executes in response to a mouse Click event.
Code window
The part of the IDE that displays the Form1 module window where program statements are entered.
Text that explains and clarifies program code for other programmers. Comments are preceded by a single quotation mark.
Converts a program to a language that the computer understands.
Used to create a control class object that the user can interact with.
Design window
Displays the application interface and allows control class objects to be added, deleted, and sized.
Occurs when the user interacts with an object.
Event-driven application
Executes code in response to events.
Event handler
See Event procedure.
Event procedure
Block of code that executes in response to an event.
A control class object that is an application interface. Contains a title bar, system menu, and Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons.
IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
Used to create or modify a Visual Basic .NET application.
What appears on the screen when an application is running.
Menu bar
The part of the IDE that contains the names of menus that contain commands. Can also be added to an application with the MainMenu control.
Numeric expression
Formed with arithmetic operators.
Operator precedence
The order in which operators are evaluated in a numeric expression.
A block of code written to perform specific taskes.
Program code
A set of instructions in an application.
The set of files that make up a Visual Basic .NET application.
Project Explorer window
The part of the IDE that lists the files in the current project.
Properties window
The part of the IDE that lists the properties values of an object.
The part of a control object that defines its appearance, behavior, position, and other attributes.
Clicking an object, which displays handles.
A line of code.
Solution Explorer window
Used to switch between the Design and code windows.
The part of the IDE that contains controls that are used to add objects to a form.
Visual Basic .NET
Object-oriented programming language used to create Windows, Web, and command-line (console) applications.