Mastering Visual Basic

Preface


Authors:
S.Saxon and D.Saxon

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Mastering Visual Basic is an ideal introduction to the most popular Windows programming language. The book focuses on the essential skills needed to produce fully-functional applications using Microsoft Visual Basic. It is written in an easy to follow style, illustrated throughout with actual screen shots and contains many practical exercises and projects. New users need only a basic knowledge of the Windows environment to start creating exciting visual applications. The book is suitable for individual study or classroom use and will be of value to those new to programming and to existing programmers wishing to make the switch to Visual Basic.


Contents

Preface - Acknowledgements - Trademarks - Conventions - Introduction - Finding Your Way Around - Using Forms - Working With Projects - Exploring Controls - Adding Code - Increasing Control - Doing More with Code - Starting to Function - Drawing With Controls - Going Round in Circles - Making It Work - Drawing Without Controls - Adding Menus - Arrays - Using More Than One Form - Subroutines, Functions and Modules - Putting it all Together - Practising your Skills - Appendices - Index

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S.Tipple, Editor, Palgrave. E-mail: s.tipple@palgrave.com
W.Buchanan, Series Editor, Computing and IT. E-mail: w.buchanan@napier.ac.uk

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Paperback - 224 pages (August 1997)
Palgrave, formerly Macmillan Press; ISBN: 0333695992