An Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic 5.0

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Computers - 814 pages
Written by best-selling author David I. Schneider, An Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic 5.0. carefully teaches the fundamentals of modern programming practices; explains how to use Visual Basic as a front end to take control of major applications such as Microsoft Office; includes an entire chapter on the data control, database programming with Visual Basic, and an introduction to SQL; NEW - shows how to create Active X Controls; NEW - new chapter on object-oriented programming; and supplies numerous examples and exercises that students and professionals can appreciate. The text also features a wealth of learning aids, including exercises, practice problems, programming projects, comments, case studies, summaries, and detailed appendices. In addition, the accompanying CD contains all the examples and case studies from the book as well as a copy of the Microsoft Visual Basic Control Creation Edition.

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Contents

An Introduction to Computers and Visual Basic
2
Problem Solving
31
Fundamentals of Programming in Visual Basic
43
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

David I. Schneider" spent over 32 years teaching at the University of Maryland, has published an impressive 28 books over the past 18 years. He is the author of several best-selling texts, including his Visual Basic Series with Prentice Hall. Why are his books best-sellers? Students people love his extensive use of examples and applications--a concept that stems from his teaching experience and results in books that are "tried and true." His best-sellingVisual Basic texts have been successfully used for many years and have received consistent praise from both students and instructors.

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