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    Post by @M@@R on Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:51 am

    Lesson 1


    What Is Visual Basic and Why do I need it?

    Visual Basic is Easy to learn Programming language.
    With Visual Basic you can develop Windows based applications and games.
    Visual Basic is much more easier to learn than other language (like Visual C++),
    and yet it's powerful programming language.

    Visual Basic suit more for application developing than for Games developing.
    You can create sophisticated games using Visual Basic, But
    If you want to make a really advanced professional game like Quake 2,
    You may choose other language (like C++), that would be much more
    harder to program with.
    However, Visual Basic will be probably powerful enough to suit all your application
    and games programming needs.

    The advantages of Visual Basic:
    1) It's simple language. Things that may be difficult to program with other language,
    Can be done in Visual Basic very easily.
    2) Because Visual Basic is so popular, There are many good resources (Books,
    Web sites, News groups and more) that can help you learn the language.
    You can find the answers to your programming problems much more easily
    than other programming languages.
    3) You can find many tools (Sharewares and Freewares) on the internet that will
    Spare you some programming time.
    For example, if you want to ping a user over the internet in your program,
    Instead of writing the ping function yourself, you can download a control
    that does it, and use it in your program.
    Compare to other languages, Visual Basic have the widest variety of tools
    that you can download on the internet and use in your programs.

    The disadvantages of Visual Basic:
    1) Visual Basic is powerful language, but it's not suit for programming really
    sophisticated games.
    2) It's much more slower than other langauges.

    Click Forward to start writing now your first Visual Basic program!
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    Post by @M@@R on Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:56 am

    Lesson 1
    Getting Started


    Note that all the images in this tutorial taken from Visual Basic version 6.0.
    If you using other version of Visual Basic, the images that you will see may
    be a little different.

    Run the Visual Basic program. The first thing you see is:

    Figure 1


    Here you choose what is the kind of the program you want to create.
    For creating a simple Visual Basic program, choose the Standard EXE,
    and press the Open Button.

    (If Figure 1 is not the first thing you see when you run Visual Basic,
    choose from the Visual Basic menu File->New Project (Figure 2))

    Figure 2


    After you've clicked the Open button, you will see:
    Figure 3
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    Post by @M@@R on Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:03 am

    Getting Started (Continue)
    Look at the form with the title bar Form1.
    This is how your program will look like.
    Everything you will place on this form will appear in your program.
    As you can see, your form is currently empty.
    You didn't program anything yet, but lets run the program!

    Click on the Play button in the toolbar (Figure 4)


    Figure 4


    Now your program is running (Figure 5):


    Figure 5



    As you can see, the form is empty.
    You can move the form, minimize and maximize it.

    To stop the program from running, you can click on the Stop button
    in the Toolbar (Figure 6), or click the form's X button (Figure 7).
    It's very recommended that you will always close your programs using the
    form's X button instead of the Visual Basic Stop button.
    It's like shutting Windows From the Start button, instead of Pressing
    the Power button.


    Figure 6

    Figure 7
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