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C Sharp Keywords
keywords, sometimes called reserved words, are predefined words that have special meaning to the compiler. Keywords cannot be used by the programmer as identifiers such as variable, method, or class names. A programmer must use keywords only in designated locations in the code. More ...

How to Utilise and Apply Access Database Normalisation Techniques
In the design of an Access database, the process of organizing data to minimize redundancy is called normalization. Normalization usually involves dividing large, badly-formed tables into smaller, well-formed tables and defining relationships between them. More ...

Reading and Writing Files with the VBScript FileSystemObject
The example code in this article uses the VBScript FileSystemObject and TextStream Object to read a text file and write a new text file, reformatting the text into lines a maximum of 90 characters long, except when that would break a word, then it extends the line length to include the entire word. More ...

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 ...

Introduction to Visual Basic 2005 Express
Because the Visual Basic Express IDE does so much "hand holding", within minutes of installing Visual Basic Express you where able to create a real, although tiny, Windows application. Building bigger more complex applications is just more of the same. 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 ...

How to Learn to Program
If you want to learn to program will be happy to know that programming is not a hard thing to start learning and will not require you to pay out huge sums of money. The only way to become an expert is much like learning the violin; the answer is practice, practice and practice some more. More ...

Three Main Principles of OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is actually classified by three main principles: Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism. These appear to be frightening terms but are actually fairly easy principles to grasp. More ...

List Files and Subfolders With the VBScript FileSystemObject
This article shows you how to write a VBScript that uses the FileSystemObject to list the files and subfolders in a folder on your computer. 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 ...


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