Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2005 in 24 Hours: Complete Starter Kit

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Sams Publishing, 2006 - Computers - 536 pages
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Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2005 in 24 Hours, Complete Starter Kit provides you with 24 structured lessons with step-by-step guidance to real-world programming tasks for developing Windows applications. Each chapter includes practice exercises, tips, notes, and cautions, providing easy-to-understand advice on how to start programming quickly. Sidebars provide more advanced tips that will ease your migration from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET, or help you as you continue to work with Visual Basic 2005 programming.

The accompanying CD includes Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition, which will provide you with a visual integrated development environment for creating Windows applications. The Express Edition makes Windows programming with Visual Basic fun and easy-to-learn. Together with Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2005 in 24 Hours, Complete Starter Kit, it's the perfect way for experienced Visual Basic 6.0 developers to try out new features.

  

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Visual Basic 2005 Environment
5
Building a User Interface
99
Making Things HappenProgramming
225
Working with Data
419
Deploying Solutions and Beyond
495
Index
515
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

James Foxall, MCSD, is VP of Tigerpaw Software, Inc. a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider (MCSP) specializing in commercial database applications. He is responsible for management of all Windows application development, and is an authority on application interface and behavior standards of applications for the Microsoft Windows and Office environments. In addition to being a well-known book author, he contributes to several journals and magazines, speaks internationally, teaches college level courses on Visual Basic, and has been featured in news shows, trade publications, and newspaper articles for his technology expertise.

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