VB.NET Programming. Intermediate Lesson 2. Variable Scope

This is the second in a series of computer science video tutorials for intermediate Visual Basic programmers who have completed …


  1. Thank you so much for sharing these lessons. I am taking a beginning VB course online through a college this semester and it has been a nightmare. The instructor has been a complete ghost. The textbook introduces too many new concepts in each chapter and doesn't give enough short targeted practice. The tutorials are pages of code long and involve so many other concepts that it's overwhelming. I was almost ready to give up when I found this series on YouTube. It has been a lifesaver. I'm actually enjoying programming again. I will send you some $ Love as soon as I'm able. Thank you again. I hope you continue creating these videos!

  2. This has got to be my favorite project so far, I never thought I'd be making a passworded login window that leads to a separate window, at least not this soon in my learning. The .NET framework truly is amazing.

  3. Form1. Show… Form1 is a Class, its a bit silly that this works for forms. But usually you would .Show an Instance of the class Form1

    Little joke for this one, try: Form1 = Nothing; Form1. Show

    This makes absolutely no sense for any other class then forms, because forms get automatically created instances, which confuses beginners once they try to to anything more advanced with forms.

  4. Loving these videos. I'm trying to get back into programming after 15 years. In those 15 years, I've just dabbled in VBA here and there so it is fun learning the new system. Also, glad to see loads of similarities with VB6. I think database access may be the biggest change so I am looking forward to seeing that video. Also, I remember dabbling in object arrays a bit in VB6 so I'm not sure how that works in VB.NET yet.

  5. I see you welcome the user in Form1, but I tried to do it in Logon form and it worked too. But when I defined two welcome strings, one in Form1 and one in Logon, only the latter appeared. Any idea why?

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