By Dan Clark

Starting Object-Oriented Programming with VB 2005 is a complete source of right coding techniques. writer Daniel Clark takes you thru the entire phases of a programming undertaking, together with research, modeling, and improvement, all utilizing object-oriented programming strategies and VB .NET.Clark explores the constitution of sessions and their hierarchies, in addition to inheritance and interfaces. He additionally introduces the .NET Framework and the visible Studio built-in improvement surroundings, or IDE. A real-world case research walks you thru the layout of an answer. you could then rework the layout right into a practical VB .NET application.The program features a graphical person interface (GUI), a company common sense type library, and integration with a back-end database. through the e-book, you are going to discover the basics of software program layout, object-oriented programming, visible simple .NET 2.0, and the Unified Modeling Language (UML).

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The method being called is defined in the class that the server object is instantiated as. For example, the “request item” message in the sequence diagram indicates that the Librarian class needs a method that processes this message call. Follow these steps to add the methods: 1. In the main explorer window located in the upper-left corner of the screen, select the UMLAct3_1 node. Double-click the UMLAct3_1 class diagram node in the Properties Editor. The main window will display an editor for creating the class diagram.

The main window will display an editor for creating the class diagram, as shown in Figure 2-17. qxd 10/13/05 2:52 PM Page 27 CHAPTER 2 ■ DESIGNING OOP SOLUTIONS: IDENTIFYING THE CLASS STRUCTURE Figure 2-17. Creating a class diagram in UML Modeler 3. Along the left side of the editor window is a toolbox containing the shapes used in creating class diagrams. Click the Create a Class button (see Figure 2-18). Draw the Class shape on the design surface. Figure 2-18. qxd 28 10/13/05 2:52 PM Page 28 CHAPTER 2 ■ DESIGNING OOP SOLUTIONS: IDENTIFYING THE CLASS STRUCTURE 4.

UML Modeler is part of the Objecteering/ UML Personal Edition software. After downloading and installing UML Modeler, you can complete the following steps (if you do not want to use a CASE tool, you can create the sample use diagram by hand): 1. Start UML Modeler. Choose File ➤ New. Change the project name to UMLAct2_1 and click OK. 2. Locate the Properties Editor along the left side of the screen (see Figure 2-5). On the left side of the Properties Editor, click the Create a Use Case Diagram button.

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