In Visual Basic 2015 programming, we need to deal with all sorts of of data, some of them can be mathematically calculated while some are in the form of text or other non-numeric forms. Data can be stored as variables, constants or arrays. The values of data stored as variables always change, just like the contents of a mail box or the storage bin while the value of a constant remains the same throughout.
Picture box is a control in Visual Basic 2015 that is used to display images .In Visual Basic 2015 Tutorial Lesson lesson 3, we have already learned how to insert a picture box on the form in Visual Basic 2015. However, we have not learned how to load a picture in the picture box yet. In this lesson, we shall learn how to load an image into the picture box at design time and at runtime. Besides that, we shall also learn how to using a common dialog control to browse for image files in your local drives and then select and load a particular image in the picture box.
In Visual Basic 2015 Lesson 5, you have learned how to work with text boxes and labels in Visual Basic 2015. In the newest lesson, you shall learn two more important controls, the list box and the combo box. Both controls are used to display a list of items. However, they differ slightly in the ways they display the items. The list box displays the items all at once in a text area whilst combo box displays only one item initially and the user needs to click on the handle of the combo box to view the items in a drop-down list.
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You have learned how to write simple Visual Basic 2015 code. In this new lesson, you will learn how to work with some common controls in Visual Basic 2015 and write codes for them so that they can response to events triggered by the user. Some of the commonly used controls are label, text box, button, list box, combo box, picture box, timer and more. However, in this lesson, we shall only deal with the text box and the label, we shall deal with other controls coming lessons. Learn how to work with controls by following
In Visual Basic 2015 lesson 3, we have learned how to design the user interface by adding controls to the form and changing their properties. However, the controls on the user interface alone will not work without adding code to them. In this lesson, we shall learn how to write Visual Basic 2015 code for all the controls so that they can interact with events triggered by the users. Read more by following the link below: