Visual C++ .NET

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Course No: INFO.2700; Last Offered: Fall 2010;

Course Description

This course introduces students to Windows programming. Students learn how to create a Windows application using both native and managed code. Native programming which allows us to create fast applications and managed code which is core of the .NET is compared and contrasted throughout the course. Course topics and hands-on exercises will cover: creating variety of windows, internet programming, creating Web services, using and creating databases and database programming and database connectivity, multi-threaded programming, dynamic link libraries (dlls). Course will discuss interoperability with other languages (C# and VB) and with other software.

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