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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 ...

Introduction to Visual Basic
Visual Basic has been the most popular programming environment for more than twelve years. If you want to learn how to program, Visual Basic is the language for you. It is very easy to use, yet very powerful in the Windows Environment. More ...

Five Reasons Why You Should Consider Splitting a Microsoft Access Database
In the development and design mode, your Access database runs perfectly. But when you deploy the database, end-users complain that it's slow or it fails to respond. When you have concurrent users accessing your database, you may need to split an Access database and the following five reasons explain why. 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 ...

Write Visual Basic Programs Without Visual Studio
It was a pleasure to develop Windows Applications with Visual Basic 6. But Microsoft has abandoned Visual Basic 6 for the bloated, over-complicated Visual Studio. But you can still put your knowledge to work and develop VBScript applications with the method described in this article. More ...

Programming in Visual Basic 2010: The Very Beginner's Guide
This book is an introduction to programming using Microsoft's Visual Basic.NET 2010. It is intended for novice programmers with little or no programming experience or no experience with Visual Basic. The text emphasizes programming logic and good programming techniques with generous explanations of programming concepts written from a non-technical point of view. More ...

Easy Visual Basic Image Viewer
The easiest way to display images in Visual Basic is to use a PictureBox control. In this example, we'll use a PictureBox control to create a simple image viewer application, and we'll use an OpenFileDialog control to load an image file from disk. 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 ...

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 ...

Six Important Points When Importing Data Into An Access Database
Asking general users to import data into an Access database without knowing too muchabout how Microsoft Access works and they will become frustrated within minutes. The most desirable way of using external data is by importing or linking data to an Access table object. Once the data has been imported or linked, you treat it like any other data table and build your queries, forms and reports. More ...

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