Chapter 16. Designing User Interfaces

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Many of you have been designing user interfaces for years. If you started using Visual Basic for DOS or the BASIC programming language before Visual Basic, you have 10 or more years of experience in developing the presentation layer of applications.

Even if you are completely new to visual programming, it is intuitive. Click a control from the toolbox and drop it on a form or Web form, and then tie the necessary code to that control. Even nonprogrammers understand the metaphor for visual programming; ...

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