Beginning Objects with Visual Basic 5

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Wrox Press, 1998 - Computers - 339 pages
Visual Basic 5 is a serious application development tool as well as being the most popular gateway to programming. One of the key factors in its success has been its late support for object oriented programming techniques. VB programmers can create their own reusable bits of program code, making the development process safer, faster and cheaper. However understanding both the concepts of object programming and how it works with VB is a new field for existing VB programmers. This is the second Visual Basic book that everyone needs. It assumes you have read and worked through a practical tutorial such as Beginning Visual Basic. This book teaches you how to take advantage of creating programs as a series of self-contained objects. Uses practical object oriented techniques to design and build working programs by putting the theory into practice. This book is for programmers who have some knowledge of programming with Visual Basic and want to learn how to do object-oriented development. You should be familiar with controls and their properties, methods and events, but no previous knowledge of object-oriented programming, classes or ActiveX is assumed.

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Contents

Objects
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Introducing Objects
7
Implementing Objects in Visual Basic 5
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Copyright

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