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EME 6930 In this course I used Visual Basic 6 programming software. It was taken during Fall 2005 in a virtual classroom setting. The book use in the course was Learn to Program with Visual Basic 6 by John Smiley. During the lessons, we gradually created a Visual Basic form for the China Shoppe. Throughout the project, we had to create forms with a File, an Edit, and a Help menu. I had to code the Open, Save, and Edit items in the File menu and add list of items to the form created for The China Shoppe. In addition, I had to add a calculated field to itemize the products sold, color choice and patterns chosen. The following is a list of the lessons completed.
Lesson 1 Title Lesson 1 Lesson Where do I begin? Objectives SWBAT: understand the development cycle in the world of computer programming Readings Chapter 1 in the text Assignments Quiz p. 64/5. Please write the answer in a way that includes the question (in other words in complete sentences), and email the file to Dr. Greene. Lesson 2 Title Lesson 2 Lesson What is a Computer Program? Objectives SWBAT: understand the basic software and operating system components of a computer, and how a programmer uses this information in the art of programming. Readings Chapter 2 in the text Assignments Quiz p.116. Write answers in complete sentences and email to Dr. Greene Lesson 3 Title Lesson 3 Lesson Getting Comfortable with Visual Basic! Objectives SWBAT: understand the Visual Basic IDE. Readings Chapter 3 in the text Assignments Quiz p. 166 Please answer in complete sentences and email the file to Dr. Greene Lesson 4 Title Lesson 4 Lesson Programming is Easy! Objectives Students will begin working with Visual Basic by learning about properties and the VB form Readings Chapter 4 of the text

Assignments Exercises p. 182, p. 184, p. 190, p. 196 Quiz p. 205 Email the China Shop form and the completed quiz to Dr. Greene Lesson 5 Title Lesson 5 Lesson Building the User Interface Objectives SWBAT: complete the interface for the China Shop Project, and use more basic VB controls. Readings Chapter 5 of the text Assignments Exercises pp. 213, 215, 219, 221, 222, 225, 227, 230, 234, 235, 236, 238, 243, 249, 255, 256, 259, 260, 262, 263, 266, 269 and then email the up-to-date China Shop Project to Dr. Greene Lesson 6 Title Lesson 6 Lesson A First Look at Coding Objectives SWBAT: use the VB debugger, and write a small amount of basic code. Readings Chapter 6 Assignments Exercises pp. 284, 297, 300, 303, 305, 308, 311. Quiz p. 332 Email the up-to-date China Shop Project, all other files developed in this chapter, and the completed quiz to Dr. Greene Lesson 7 Title Lesson 7 Lesson Data Objectives SWBAT: understand the concepts of variables and constants, other types of VB data, and operations that can be performed on the data. Readings Chapter 7 Assignments Complete all exercises in this chapter, and the Quiz on p. 391, and email the results to Dr. Greene Lesson 8 Title Lesson 8 Lesson Selection Structures Objectives SWBAT: create ways for their created programs to adaopt to the run time environment. Readings Chapter 8 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the quiz on p. 443, and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 9 Title Lesson 9 Lesson Loops Objectives SWBAT: understand and construct loop structures, and use them at appropriate point of a VB program. Readings Chapter 9 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the quiz on p. 481 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 10 Title Lesson 10 Lesson String Manipulation

Objectives SWBAT: understand and program string variables and structures that manipulate them. Readings Chapter 10 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the Quiz p. 520 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 11 Title Lesson 11 Lesson Disk Files and Printer Operations Objectives SWBAT: read from and write disk files and direct output to a printer Readings Chapter 11 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the Quiz p. 556 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 12 Title Lesson 12 Lesson Finishing the User Interface Objectives SWBAT: creat a VB menu structure and complete a user interface. Readings Chapter 12 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the Quiz p. 609 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 13 Title Lesson 13 Lesson Arrays Objectives SWBAT: understand and write variable arrays Readings Chapter 13 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the Quiz p. 656 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 14 Title Lesson 14 Lesson Error Handling Objectives SWBAT: how to avoid basic mistakes, and how to detect and handle mistakes that slip through. Readings Chapter 14 of the text Assignments Complete all exercises and the Quiz p. 697 and email all resulting files to Dr. Greene Lesson 15 Title Lesson 15 Lesson Customizing Your Application Date 2003-01-09 Objectives SWBAT: complete the China Shop Project and consider issues involved with delivery, installation, and maintenance of the program. Readings Chapter 15 of the text


				
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