Introduction to Programming in .NET

INF10016 12.5 Credit Points Hawthorn


  • 1 Semester or equivalent

Contact hours

  • 48 Hours

On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.





Aims and objectives

Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete this subject should be able to:
  • write programming code that makes use of: structured programming constructs of sequence, selection and repetition; variables, symbolic constants, structures, arrays, simple text files and built-in functions and methods for conversion between various data types; selected built-in string handling functions and methods; simple classes and objects
  • Design and write code that uses principles of modular design with use of sub procedures and function
  • Given user requirements, design and implement a well structured and documented coded solution to solve simple business problems develop a test plan and create useful test data to test written code
  • Utilise on-line help and debugging tools provided with a selected programming language
  • Use the Visual Studio.NET Integrated Development Environment to build Windows applications, create and maintain Visual Basic.NET objects, make use of Visual Basic.NET debugging tools and on-line help including the Microsoft Developer Network library (MSDN).

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