Kidcoder: Windows Programming in Visual Basic

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KidCoder: Windows Programming is the first semester course of the "KidCoder" Visual Basic course-year (followed by KidCoder Game Programming), and teaches students in grades 6-8 how to write their own Windows programs using the industry-basic Visual Basic programming language. Students will learn about creating Windows screens, using data, making decisions, and handling user input. Chapters cover getting user input, working with numbers, program loops, functions, using the debugger, distributing programs, and more. Students will create a different program at the end of each chapter; and in the final chapter, students will demonstrate everything they've learned by writing a simple computer game.

No prior computer programming or HTML experience is required; the other year of KidCoder, the Web Design series, can be completed before or after this course. Course CD with set-up program is also included. 213 pages, indexed, softcover. Reproducible for personal use only. An optional Windows Programming Course Supplemental Instructional DVD is also available for this course.

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