In this chapter we examined some standard types, such as
. We covered some additional topics concerning
, including parameter passing, variable-length parameter lists, and method overloading. We saw how to handle command-line arguments in VB.NET. We
at a number of common utility functions in VB.NET, which are found in either the
namespace or the
A number of examples pertained to a hotel reservation system. In the
chapter, we will study object-oriented programming in VB.NET, and we will extend our hotel reservation example to a case study, which will be
throughout the rest of the book. We will also look at exception handling in VB.NET.