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Visual Basics 101 - Year 7 - Lesson 1

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Andre Persaud

on 28 March 2013

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Visual Basic A language for computers Syntax Syntax - Let's make a button. A quick change Are you still happy with your question on the wonder wall?
Do you want to add a new question?
1 minute Visual Basic Results Realisation VB basic W.W.W.L.T. What will we end up with Something like this How to explain what Visual Basic is and create a button. (4) How to identify another languages explain at least 2 words from code. (6) How to explain the word "Syntax" and a word used in programming (4/5) What does that mean?
In pairs, write two questions on your sheet.
Mark how confident your knowledge of this subject is.
1 - Not so great 10 - Genius Visual Basic Is it something we can see? Is it something that's hard? What can it do? Why is it called Visual basic? Who made it? Where did it come from? How can I use it? What is it? What is it? Where did it come from? How can I use it? What can it do? Who made it? Why is it called Visual Basic? Is it something that is hard to learn? Is it something I can see? Visual Basic is a computer language. Mathematics!!! You can use it with a "c prompt" or a program called Visual Basic. Anything, you can create a button or create a game like Temple Run. It was first created by a woman called Ada Lovelace in 1843. So we can see what we create. NO. As long as you learn the language. Yes, and you must keep testing everytime you change something. Learning as:-
Creative learners
Understanding learners
Applying our learning What does that mean to us? We get to learn something that no-one else is learning. We can make cool games. We can make cool apps! We will be able to get a job as a programmer... Are there any other languages? We already know computers understand '1's' and '0's'
But what else is there? Java PerlPHP HTML C++ ASP.NET Delphi Fortran High Level Assembly TypeScript Uniface WinBatch Yorick C C+ Currently over 2000 computer languages!!! Visual Basic is one of the earliest, which means many languages after that came from Visual Basic or Basic as it called. How do we get started? Enough talk, let's do something. Applications -> Subject Specific -> ICT -> Visual Basic 2010 Express Trial This is the GUI G.U.I. = Graphics User Interface Where we start http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd492132(v=vs.100).aspx Press 'New Project' and you'll see a screen like this. Click this Put the word "Button" here. The whole area will change to this. Change to this Very Important Notice, this also will say
MyButton. Hover over Toolbox with your mouse. This will make the toolbar pop out. Click this pin. Double click this option. This will appear. Now let's tell it to do something. Right Click Choose Rename In Computer Science
The rules governing the formation of statements in a programming language. Experimenting with computers that tell Creating something We could have a million pound idea!!!
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