LABORATORY #1 (Week of 07 March 2005)

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EASTERN MERDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY

CMPE
3
18

Programming Languages Design

2004
-
2005

SPRING

SEMESTER
, Dr. Atilla Elçi

LABORATORY #1

(
Week of
0
7

March

200
5
)

Visual Studio .NET Tutorial


PREPARATION:

1.

Check the announcement of partners and workstations for thi
s lab session as
displayed at the
entrance

of the Lab; proceed to the designated workstation
.


PROCEEDING:

1.

E
xplanation of lab organization
and procedure in conducting lab experiments

by
the Group Assistant
.

2.


Intro
duc
t
i
on

to use of Visual Studio .NET


by
th
e

Group
Assistant
.

3.


Visual Studio .NET 2003 Academic Integrated Development Environment
(VS.Net IDE)


presentation:
Chapter 2

in
C# How t
o Program

by Deitel
et al.

While reviewing the presentation, run
Visual Studio .NET 2003

and carry out all
suggested moves of the presentation.

4.

This lab: workshop on Microsoft Visual Studio .NET :

a.

Start M
icrosoft Visual Studio .NET 2005
.

b.

Get walkthrough h
elp from Visual Studi
o .NET 2005

on
how to create
various kinds of applications
. Select from the Standard
menu

bar: Help →
Contents → Visual Studio →
Introducing Visual Studio


Samples, Starter
Kits and Wal
kthroughs → Visual Studio Walkthroughs → Visual C#
Walkthroughs, which

leads you to the file at
location

ms
-
help://MS.VSCC.v80/MS.MSDNQTR.v80.en/MS.MSDN.v80/MS.VisualStudi
o.v80.en/dv_vsintro/html/2d07b972
-
ef69
-
4676
-
9aef
-
e1784728e1ff.htm
”.

c.

Study Windows Application Development how
-
to files

in the lab if you have
time
:

i.


How t
o:
Creat
e a

Windows Application Project”
: Help, Contents,

Development tools and Languages, Visual Studio, Programming in
Visual Studio with the .NET framework, Creating Applications and
User Interfaces,

Creating Windows Applications,

Windows
Forms,
Creati
ng Windows Form
.

ii.

“Introduction to Windows Application”
:
Help
,
Contents,
Development Tools and Languages, Visual Studio, Programming in
Visual Studio with the .Net Framework, Creating Applications and
User Interfaces,
Creating Windows Applications.

iii.

“Introdu
ction to Windows Forms”
:

Help, Contents,
Development
tools and Languages, Visual Studio, Programming in Visual Studio
with the .NET framework, Creating Applications and User Interfaces,
Creating Windows Applications, Windows Forms.

iv.

“Creating a Simple Windo
ws Form”
:

Help, Contents,

Development
tools and Languages, Visual Studio, Programming in Visual Studio
with the .NET framework, Creating Applications and User Interfaces,
Creating Windows Applications, Windows Forms.

5.

Read
“Overview of the .NET Framework”

some time at

URL:
http://whidbey.msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en
-
us/dv_fxintro/html/ea3
8ac1e
-
92af
-
4d1b
-
8db1
-
e8a5ea10ed85.asp

6.

When you have time, study
“Visual Studio .NET Technology Map”

in MSDN
over Internet at:
http://msdn.micr
osoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en
-
us/dndotnet/html/techmap_vsnet.asp
.

7.

Did you get your copy of Visual Studio .NET
2005
?

It’s available for our students
to install at their home PCs legally under
Academic

Alliance Agreement between
Microsoft an
d EMU CMPE.
Contact
Dept. System Admin
Mr.
Hürol MEAR
(
hurol.mear@EMU.edu.tr
, T: 1197, Office CmpE 206)

to get copies
.

8.

You can access f
urther tutorials

on VS .NET 2005

at any time at
MSDN
Academic Curriculum R
epository
:
Check
MSDNAA tutorials
.