Using Visual Basic 6

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Que, 1998 - Computers - 838 pages
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Using Visual Basic X is broken into four sections. Part One is Visual basic and its Integrated Development Environment. Part Two takes the reader through the concepts and practices that are applicable not only to Visual basic programming, but other programming environments as well. Part Three teaches programming tools and techniques Part Four introduces the advanced features including database programming, ActiveX controls, and objects oriented programming.This book will teach readers Visual Basic X quickly and easily. It will focus on the most important aspects of programming in VB.Just as Visual Basic has the power and versatility to suit the needs of any programmer, this title will be a valuable resource for beginning and intermediate programmers.New and unique "also known as" indexing technique makes Using Visual Basic X the fastest method of finding information about Visual Basic

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Working with Strings
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Database Programming with
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Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Bob Reselman is a senior software engineer at Gateway 2000, where he's involved with designing platform architecture. Bob also teaches object-oriented programming with Visual Basic at Western Iowa Technical Community College. He has been programming with Visual Basic since version 1.0.

Peasley is a principal consultant at Cap Gemini, practicing in the Information Technology Solutions Architecture group.

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