Write procedures in paragraphs when
Steps can be done in a variable order
- ODBC: First you allocate a handle, and then you can free a handle. You can do binding and fetching in either order.
Steps are mixed with concepts, tasks, and software’s actions
- Concepts: A form is one of the basic building blocks of a Visual Basic application. Forms have their own properties, events, and methods with which you can control their appearance and behavior. Tasks: The first step in designing a form is to set its properties. You can set a form’s properties at design time in the Properties window, or at run time by writing code. Concepts: There are different types of properties...
- Software’s actions: First you call GetObjectContext to get a reference to the context object. When an object has completed its work successfully, it should call SetComplete. SetComplete notifies the Transaction Server run-time environment that the Account object should be deactivated as soon as it returns control to the Bank client.