Microsoft Visual Studio 2010: A Beginner's Guide (A by Joe Mayo

By Joe Mayo

<p align="left">Essential visible Studio 2010 Skills--Made Easy!
<p align="left">Endorsed by way of Microsoft and written via a Microsoft MVP and visible Studio professional, this hands-on consultant teaches programmers and builders new to visible Studio 2010 find out how to maximize the most recent unlock of Microsoft's flagship improvement surroundings. Microsoft visible Studio 2010: A Beginner's Guide indicates you the way to construct functions from the floor up. You'll additionally the way to customise the built-in improvement atmosphere (IDE) itself, including your individual instruments that combine with visible Studio 2010.

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The Program Class Methods always reside inside of a type declaration. A type could be a class or struct for C# or a class, module, or struct in VB. The term type might be a little foreign to you, but it might be easier if you thought of it as something that contains things. Methods are one of the things that types contain. The following snippet, from Listing 2-1, shows the type that contains the Main method, which is a class in C# and a module (in this example) in VB: class Program { // Main Method omitted for brevity } VB: Module Module1 ' Main omitted for brevity End Module Most object types you create will be a class, as shown in the previous C# example.

In Figure 1-10, the Solution Explorer is blank because there isn’t an open solution. If you close this window and need to find it again, just remember the View menu discussed earlier. Status Bar At the very bottom of Figure 1-10 is the Status bar, which communicates what is happening with VS at the current time. In Figure 1-10, the Status bar displays the word “Ready” to indicate you can begin using VS at any time. As you work with VS, the Status bar changes in a context-sensitive way to give you information specific to the task you are working on.

15 16 Microsoft Visual Studio 2010: A Beginner’s Guide Toolbox On the far left side of Figure 1-10 is a vertical tab, titled Toolbox, which contains a contextsensitive list of controls that can be dragged and dropped onto the current designer surface. The term “context-sensitive” means that certain items are visible or hidden, depending on where you’ve clicked last or what context you are working in, such as creating or editing a new Web page. If you’re following along, you don’t have a designer surface open right now, so the Toolbox is empty.

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