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Programming With MS Visual BASIC 6.0 : Comprehensive / Text Only

Programming With MS Visual BASIC 6.0 : Comprehensive / Text Only - 99 edition

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Copyright: 1999
Publisher: Course Technology, Inc.
Published: 1999
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Programming With MS Visual BASIC 6.0 : Comprehensive / Text Only - 99 edition

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Michael Ekedahl and William M. Newman

Cover type:
Edition: 99
Copyright: 1999
Publisher: Course Technology, Inc.
Published: 1999
International: No
Summary

This book is designed for an introductory Visual Basic course for users with little or no programming background. Its approach is object-oriented and data-driven. It introduces sound programming techniques through hands-on exercises and end-of-chapter case problems. It offers real-world MIS and business-related examples to help prepare individuals for their first job experience using Visual Basic. This book covers all the important topics of Visual Basic 6.0 for Windows, including working with data from another file or database. Users learn how to plan, program, and debug the Visual Basic applications using modern programming techniques and practicing good graphical user interface. The introductory version of this book contains the first seven tutorials. The comprehensive version contains all the tutorials from the introductory book, as well as six additional tutorials which cover higher-level concepts such as database objects, SQL, custom controls, toolbars, advanced rep.

Features

  • Takes an object-oriented approach and is designed for students with little or no programming background
  • Each tutorial begins with a programming-related case problem that students could reasonably expect to encounter in business
  • The step-by-step methodology allows users to click or press keys within the context of solving the problem posed in the case
  • Help paragraphs anticipate the mistakes or problems that students are likely to have and help them recover and continue with the chapter

Table of Contents

1. Getting Started with Visual Basic
2. Understanding Codes and Variables
3. Decision Making
4. Objects and the Events They Generate
5. Creating a Program to Manage Data
6. Repetition and Multiple Forms
7. Reading and Writing Text Files into List Boxes and Arrays
8. Examining Database Objects and SQL
9. Using Custom Controls to Open Files and to Interact with a Database
10. Windows Common Controls
11. Creating a Multiple Document Application
12. Programming with Class
13. Compiling and Distributing Programs

Appendix A: Debugging
Appendix B: Visual Basic Wizards
Appendix C: Database Design
Extra Cases

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