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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Jeff Spotts, Brian Siler

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Creating the Sample Web Application

Now we are ready to begin the process of designing our sample application, a loan payment calculator. The steps in creating this project are very similar to those used in the previous chapter. First, we will design the user input screen by placing fields on a Web form. Next, we will write Visual Basic code to perform the payment calculation and present the results to the user. Finally, we will run and test the program.

Designing the Web Form

As you learned in the previous chapter, Visual Basic comes with many predefined objects called controls. Each has a specific purpose and can be used as needed in your applications. The first step in adding a control to your application is displaying the Toolbox window. ...

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