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by Wally Wang,John Mueller

  • Author: Wally Wang,John Mueller
  • ISBN: 0764501208
  • ISBN13: 978-0764501203
  • ePub: 1276 kb | FB2: 1594 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Programming Languages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 2nd edition (April 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 276
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 633
  • Format: docx lrf lrf lit
Dummies 101: Visual Basic 5 Programming (For Dummies) ePub download

Visual Basic 5 Programming book. Wallace Wang, John Paul Mueller

Visual Basic 5 Programming book. Wallace Wang, John Paul Mueller. This easy-to-use tutorial provides clear, straightforward explanations. You also get plenty of sample programs that you can actually study and examine to get ideas for your own programs!

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Wallace Wang, a columnist for Boardwatch, has written more than a dozen computer books, including More Visual Basic For Windows For Dummies and Beginning Programming For Dummies. Introduction 1. PART I: Creating a Visual Basic 6 Program 7. Chapter 1: How Visual Basic Works 9. Chapter 2: Using the Visual Basic User Interface 15.

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Dummies 101: Visual Basic 5 Programming explains how to write programs in a way that even users with no prior experience with any . Dummies 101 : Visual Basic 5 Programming. by Wallace Wang and John Paul Mueller. Select Format: Paperback.

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MarF
I bought this book for my husband. Computers are his department in our house. He likes learning new things about computers. He tries many different operating systems, tons of different software, and uses multiple programming formats. I do know my husband has used Visual Basic for some time and does keep going back to it frequently. He has other Visual Basic books from the "for dummies" line and he does like them. When he's looking for information, this line of books is usually his first and favorite source.
Legend 33
This book is awesome! Read this book and then read "Visual Basic 6 From The Ground Up." These two books will teach you everything you need to know about VB programming. This book is easy to read, understand and lets you easily apply your knowledge. VB6 from the ground up is the best book on VB6 but the reason you wouldn't just read it is because sometimes the author has a hard time explaining things but if you combine these two books then you will know exacly what he is talking about. My criticism is that this is only a intro book. It doesn't go deep into VB, it is slightly outdated and it doesn't show the advanced features of the Professional and Enterprise versions of VB like VB from the ground up does. Most beginners don't realize that a lot of books they buy only let you write programs like the authors do. They don't show you how to create your own. That's why these two books are so good. The clown from New York is crazy. I wish this was the worst book that I've ever read on computers, if that was true then I would have some pretty awesome books! He may THINK he is smart but for the average Joe, this book is great if you've never opened a VB book before. The only thing is that you can't be a complete moron. If you are then get a Windoz book quick before you even try to learn to program. Trust me, I have over a dozen books that I have read on VB. They all tell me the same thing that's in this book except they are twice as thick, and a million times harder to understand. These two books are the only books I have that don't make you "mimic" the author. They let you use what they teach you to decide for yourself which features to add. Email bomb me, or give my email to all kinds of places if I am wrong. You can write me specific questions if you want. I don't care, just be sure not to waste your money on any other books on VB.
Aurizar
I have many "Dummies" books in my technical collection, and am proud to add Visual Basic 5 Programming to it. I read through the reviews for all of the intro to programming books, and felt that this one would be a good place to start. I have just started to teach myself Visual Basic 5.0, and can definitely see the need to keep a book like this in one's collection. The book was laid out in an orderly fashion, the exercises were a breeze to to, and the cartoons will definitely keep me in stitches on days where I will need a laugh or two to get by. Congrats to the authors for writing such a good book!
generation of new
Wally Wang does a tremendous job of presenting Visual Basic material easily understandable to even the most novice programmer( like I am). This is definitly on my shelf as a reference and a fantastic starting point.
blac wolf
The book is written as if addressing a group of nursery school children. The level of discussion is below any practicle programming guide and would highly reccomend looking elsewhere for help.
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