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C Sharp Predefined Primitive Data Types
A data type defines how much storage a piece of data will take up, the configuration of that storage, and the meaning of the data. Predefined or primitive data types are those defined by the language. These primitive data types can be used as building blocks for user-defined data types. More ...

Visual Basic 2010 Textbox Based Simple Edit Program
In this example, you'll create a very simple text editor that uses the Textbox control. This example is for beginners so I'll go step-by-step through the process of developing the program. More ...

Five Common Mistakes Affecting Access Database Optimisation and Performance
Building an Access database requires some time, effort and ideally a good level of database knowledge. The assist tools Microsoft Access provides do not control some of the pitfalls most developers brush aside leading to a slow database. Here are the five common mistakes developers need to be aware of and handle accordingly. More ...

Visual Basic 2005 Express: Now Playing
Visual Basic 2005 Express is designed to make Windows programming easy for everyone. Some people want to write programs for a career. Others want to create a new product. Still others want to learn for the sheer mental exhilaration. More ...

Visual Basic File Reading and Writing
The biggest problem with administering the list myself is adding and deleting email addresses from the list. Before you add an address to the list you have to make sure it's not already on the list. More ...

List Drives and Folders with the VBScript FileSystemObject
This article show you how to write a VBScript that uses the FileSystemObject to list the drives and folders on your computer. More ...

How to Design an Access Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)
A Relational Database stores data as relations (a collection of tables with each table consisting of a set of rows and columns. A Relational Database Management System provides relational operators to manipulate the data in tabular form. This article explains step-by-step how to design an Access Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). More ...

The Components of the Microsoft Access Database Interface
As you open a document window in Microsoft Access, toolbars, menu bars (or Ribbon Bars from version 2007) will change state and can be a little disorientating at first. In some cases, you can only be in one type of window to view a function or feature. More ...

The Benefits of Microsoft Access Forms to Create a User Friendlier Database
Microsoft Access forms allows the use of data to be presented, managed and controlled in a user-friendly environment making Access more intuitive to use. Designing forms is critical for other users who will be responsible for the day-to-day running of a database and have very little knowledge of the structure of an Access database or its background processes. More ...

Working With Variables in C Sharp
Scope defines which parts of the program can access a variable. If a variable is declared inside a method, its scope is local to the method within which it was declared. If a variable is declared inside a class, its scope is local to the class within which it was declared. More ...