Indexing - visual basic, Visual Basic Programming

Indexing:

In libraries, the card catalog is the index. The three indices are used in the library. The Author, Subject and title are the 3 indices. Each index is relative. The index permits the user to find the book according to the feature of the book. Separately from the feature the indices also give the number or the position of the book.

To search for a book, we seem into any of the indices and find the number. With this number, we can locate the shelves containing books in the range of the number we are searching for. Subsequent to the particular shelf is located, following is the lexical order of the number, we locate the book.

Actually, the book is retrieved from the system of the storage. Theoretically, the book is found logically from the system of retrieval. The numbers and shelves are the storage system. The card indices are the recovery system. The books are acknowledged with one system and retrieved with the help of the other system. The customer specifies the book by using the retrieval system. The librarian recovers the book by using the storage system. The retrieval systems are also based on relative search. If the relative retrieval system remembers facts like

  •  The program that formed the document
  •  The type of document - whether the document is graphics or word
  •  The program which last opened the document
  •  If the document is remarkably large or small.
  •  If the document has untouched for a long time
  •  For how elongated the document was last open
  •  The amount of information that was added or deleted through the last edit
  •  Whether the document has edited by more than one type of program
  •  Whether the document holds embedded objects from other programs
  •  Whether the document was formed from scratch or cloned from the other
  •  If the document is often edited
  •  If the document is often viewed but rarely edited
  •  Whether the document has printed and where
  •  How frequently the document has been printed, and whether the changes were made to it each time instantly before printing
  •  Whether the document has fixed and to whom
  •  Whether the document has emailed and to whom
Posted Date: 10/10/2012 3:04:00 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Indexing - visual basic, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Indexing - visual basic, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Indexing - visual basic Discussions

Write discussion on Indexing - visual basic
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Benefits of Using DLLs: The dynamic linking has the following advantages which are as shown below: It saves memory and decreases the swapping. Many processes can use a s

Shopping Cart Purpose – Allows user to browse while keeping track of the items in which they will purchase at the end on the order page link and this will give a final price for al

A program needs to be written that is capable of simple image processing. All the images that are available for you to use, can be found on Blackboard in the Assignments section. T

types and concept of recurson

Hungarian Notation: The Hungarian Notation was invented by Charles Simonyi from Microsoft. It is a naming convention. It is a reminder of the type of a variable. The Handles h

Returns or sets a numeric value indicating an error. Number is the Err object's default property. While returning user-defined error from an Automation object, set Err.Number throu

Goal Create a Visual Basic that allows a user to play a variation of Hangman. User Inputs • The user types a letter into the textbox. Functional Items 1. Read a series

What are the differences between Property Get, Set and Let? Set - Value assigned to ActiveX Object from the form. Let - Value retried to ActiveX Object from the form. Get- Assigns

THE MFC CLASSES The CDocument, CWinAppCFrameWnd and CView are derived from the CObject and they give the majority of the structure and functionality.

INTRODUCTION TO GUI DESIGN AND FILE HANDLING   The aim of the user interface design is to attain the user's goals. When the user's goals are met, the user is satisfied and the