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Ahmed Samir

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Visual Basic 2010 with MS-Access Database

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Understanding ADO .Net for Visual Basic 2010 and Microsoft Access 2003 / 2007 Database There are two methods to work with MS-Access 2003/2007 Database (*.Mdb / *.Accdb) from Visual Basic 2010 using ADO .Net technology .
With .NET, Microsoft has released a new mechanism for accessing data: ADO.NET. The name is a carryover from Microsoft's ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) technology, but it no longer stands for ActiveX Data Objects--it's just ADO.NET. To avoid confusion, I will refer to ADO.NET as ADO.NET and to ADO as classic ADO. If you're familiar with classic ADO, be careful--ADO.NET is not a descendant, it's a new technology. In order to support the Internet evolution, ADO.NET is highly focused on disconnected data and on the ability for anything to be a source of data. While you will find many concepts in ADO.NET to be similar to concepts in classic ADO, it is not the same.
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Online mode or Connected mode or connected model
Ado.Net Online-mode (Connected M…

Visual Basic Online Course - Knowledge Base Introduction

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♥ In the name of Allah ♥Visual Basic Online Course - Knowledge Base Introduction Intro Microsoft Visual Basic 2010, What is it? Microsoft published Visual Basic .Net 2010 In April 2010. Microsoft had planned earlier to use the Dynamic Language Run-time (DLR) for that version (2010), but shifted to a another mixed plan that includes both Visual Basic and sister language C# to bring both languages into closer parity with one another.
Visual Basic's innate ability to interact dynamically with Common Language Run-time CLR and COM objects has been improved to work with dynamic languages built on the DLR such as Iron-Python and Iron-Ruby. Visual Basic compiler was enhanced to infer line continuation in a set of common contexts, in many cases removing the need for the under score "_" line continuation symbol.
We offer free online courses for Visual Basic .Net and Visual Basic 6.0 Programming Languages and solutions for both beginners and professionals. If you have any questions p…

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