Data - is a collection of information about a certain person or things. DataDictionary - a composite collection of specification about the nature of data and information.
Database - a collection of related information or interrelated data which is organized in a useful manner that provide basic procedures like retrieving information.
Data flow - specific pathway for moving data.
Data Flow Diagram- is a graphical illustration that shows the flow of data within the system.
Gantt Chart - fundamental planning of the analyst.
Input - items that enter the boundaries of the system from the environment and manipulated by the system.
MS Access - database software created by Microsoft.
Output - product of the processing.
Processing - conversion of the input or raw material to output or finished product.
Record - a collection of the data related to a particular topic or purpose. SAD - a series of process systematically undertaken to improve a business through the use or the computerized a specific task. System - an organized collection of part or compartment linked together by regulated interaction design to accomplish a specific task. Table - consist of rows and column.
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Visual Basic is a computer programming system developed and owned by Microsoft. It was originally created to make it easier to write programs for the Windows Computer Operating System.
Visual Basic was one of the first systems that made it practical to write programs for the Windows operating system. This was possible because Visual Basic included software tools to automatically create the detailed programming required by Windows. These software tools not only create Windows programs, they also take full advantage of the graphical may that Windows works by letting programs “draw” their systems with a mouse by computer. This is why it’s called “Visual” Basic.
Basic also provides engine and complete software architecture.”Architecture” is the way computer programs, such as Windows and Visual Basic programs, work together one of the major reasons why Visual Basic has been so successful is that it includes everything that is necessary to write programs for Windows.
The VISUAL BASIC is designed to equip students with the computer knowledge and skills needed to help them become competent individuals in the use of Information Technology.
Lessons in every series are presented as simple as possible suited for each level for better understanding of concept and commands. Challenging exercises, drills and tests are provided after each lesson for the students to immediately grasp and master the concepts that they have learned.
Step-by-step hands-on activities which are based on student’s daily activities and experience are provided to give...
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