Here, we will create a student class on the console screen, then read and print student information.Program :
Below is the source code for creating a student class and reading and printing student detail. The program given is compiled and successfully executed.
'VB.Net program to create a Student class and
'read and print Student detail.
Class Student Private roll_no As Integer Private name As String Private fees As Integer Private address As String Sub ReadInfo() Console.Write("Enter roll number: ") roll_no = Integer.Parse(Console.ReadLine()) Console.Write("Enter student name: ") name = Console.ReadLine() Console.Write("Enter student fees: ") fees = Integer.Parse(Console.ReadLine()) Console.Write("Enter student address: ") address = Console.ReadLine() End Sub Sub PrintInfo() Console.WriteLine("Student Information") Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Roll Number: " & roll_no) Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Roll Name : " & name) Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Fees : " & fees) Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "address : " & address) End Sub End Class Module Module1 Sub Main() Dim S As New Student S.ReadInfo() S.PrintInfo() End Sub End Module
We created a Module1 module in the program above that includes the Main() function. Here, we built a Student Class class that includes roll-no, name, fees, address of 4 data members. We built two ReadInfo() and PrintInfo() methods in the student class ().
To read the student information from the user, the ReadInfo() method is used. The PrintInfo() method is used on the console screen to print student details.
The Main() method is the program's entry point, where we created the Student class object then called ReadInfo() and PrintInfo() using an object to read and print student information.