These samples demonstrate Visual Basic syntax and My features.
Demonstrates calling Win32 API functions to enumerate and control processes and windows, and to query and change system settings.
Creates arrays of Integer and Object values, and sorts and searches arrays.
Creates exceptions for errors specific to an application.
Demonstrates how the DateTime and TimeSpan methods work.
Shows several options for handling exceptions in applications.
Demonstrates the My.Computer.FileSystem Object.
Creates five types of generic collections.
Demonstrates the options available with object-oriented programming.
Creates a class that represents money, and implements operators for that class.
Demonstrates Overloadsand Overrides.
Allows users to specify formatting options, and then shows the results.
Allows users to input parameters for several String methods, and then shows the results.
Highlights new Visual Basic language features.
Demonstrates the XML comment feature of Visual Basic.
Provides information about program structures, data access, and the Visual Basic editor.
Describes the elements of the Visual Basic language.
These samples demonstrate project, user, and assembly tasks.
These samples demonstrate data access.
These samples demonstrate Windows applications.
These samples demonstrate applications that interact with Windows operating system components.
These samples demonstrate security tasks.
This page is the starting point for all Visual Basic samples that are included with the documentation.