Application of Component Programming in a Networking Environment, for The Advancement of Higher Education

Benny Hardjono

Abstract


To spread the application of component programming for the advancement of higher education, a basic theory of component programming (e.g. with MS Visual Basic) as well as three practical examples, and their design considerations, are presented in this paper. These include: library automation (with facilities such as: bar-coding catalogue and borrowed-book search, circulation management, easily tailored report etc.), automated quiz, and two examples of simulation program – all with graphical interface and currently are running in a networking encvironment (using MS Windows NT 4, as server).


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