Because each Visual Basic (VB) program is saved in multiple files and subfolders,
you are required to submit three (3) files for each programming exercise or project. These files are the
(1) executable file, (2) form1.designer.vb, and (3) form1.vb. Consult the directory structure given
below to find out where these files reside on your hard drive.
VB Directory Structure
Let’s suppose you are doing an assignment called Assignment_1a. All of the files and subfolders
associated with that assignment will be held in a folder named “Assignment_1a.” This folder,
“Assignment_1a,” of course, is actually a folder within the folder mentioned above. You may
want to name that folder Projects.
Legend: the letter D stands for directory; the letter F stands for file.
D Assignment_1a F Microsoft Visual Studio Solution
D bin D obj D My Project F VB project file
D debug D release D debug D release
- · THE THREE FILES MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK ARE THE ONES WHICH MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR GRADING.