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Why It Is Important To Study Visual Programming.

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#1 Abnerrex

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 05:07 AM

Why it is important to study detailed code or functions of windows / visual programming, rather there are many professional tools like Visual Studio etc. available that do the same in mush less time as compared to write a detailed code.

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 09:10 AM

could you be more specific ?
one obvious answer would be scope, control and performance, but most of times you don't need any of that
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Posted 06 July 2012 - 12:06 PM

Visual Basic is coded in Visual Studio, so it's not real clear what you're asking. I can say that doing low-level coding helps you understand the impact of code provided to you. Just because you didn't code a sort algorithm doesn't mean it magically became less than O(n ln n) complexity, for example.
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Posted 06 July 2012 - 06:32 PM

Your question is: As a beginner, why do we need to write/read all the basic raw code where we can do the same functionality using the provided components by .NET/Visual Studio? As example, we can create a Button and put it in the form by writing code by ourselves but why don't we just do that by dragging & dropping on form from toolbar? Or, even if we put a button by dragging and dropping, why we need to study/understand the InitializeComponent method? --- Did I understand your question correctly? If yes, we need to do that as a beginner to understand what is happening when we just do drag & drop. If you study this way, you will get more understanding about the things and this practice will make you professional gradually.
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