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VB.net - Module 4_Object-Oriented Design for Visual Basic .NET

VB.net - Module 4_Object-Oriented Design for Visual Basic .NET

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Contents
Overview 1Designing Classes 2Practice: Deriving Classes from Use Cases 10Object-Oriented Programming Concepts 11Advanced Object-Oriented ProgrammingConcepts 20Using Microsoft Visio 25Lab 4.1: Creating Class Diagrams fromUse Cases 33Review 41
Module 4: Object-Oriented Design forVisual Basic .NET
This course is based on the prerelease version (Beta 2) of Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET  Enterprise Edition. Content in the final release of the course may be different from thecontent included in this prerelease version. All labs in the course are to be completed withthe Beta 2 version of Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Edition.
 
 
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Module 4: Object-Oriented Design for Visual Basic .NET iii
Instructor Notes
This module explains the basic concepts that students need to understand totake advantage of the object-oriented enhancements to Microsoft
®
 Visual Basic
®
.NET. It describes how to create use cases and class diagrams tomodel the system. It focuses on the areas that Visual Basic developers may befamiliar with but need to understand fully so they can use encapsulation,inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism.
 
In the lab, students will use Microsoft Visio
®
to create diagrams for classes,attributes, operations, and relationships based on given use case descriptions.After completing this module, students will be able to:
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Describe the basics of object-oriented design.
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Explain the concepts of encapsulation, inheritance, interfaces, andpolymorphism.
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Create classes based on use cases.
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Model classes for use in Visual Basic .NET by using Visio.
Materials and Preparation
This section provides the materials and preparation tasks that you need to teachthis module.
Required Materials
To teach this module, you need the following materials:
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Microsoft PowerPoint
®
file 2373A_04.ppt
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Module 4, “Object-Oriented Design for Visual Basic .NET”
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Lab 4.1, Creating Class Diagrams from Use Cases”
Preparation Tasks
To prepare for this module, you should:
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Read all of the materials for this module.
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Read the instructor notes and the margin notes for the module.
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Practice the demonstrations.
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Complete the practice.
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Complete the lab.
Presentation:75 MinutesLab:45 Minutes

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