Visual BASIC 5 Object-oriented Programming
Visual Basic is the most popular programming language in history. Object-oriented programming is the wave of the future. What happens when you put the two together? You get Visual Basic 5 Object-Oriented Programming, the only book you need to learn for learning true object-oriented techniques with the latest and most powerful release of Visual Basic. Focuses on Visual Basic 5's most important new feature: full support for object-oriented programming; provides superb design techniques for all Visual Basic programmers; shows how to create truly reusable software to get more done with less work; and illustrates Visual Basic's object-oriented features with clear, practical examples.
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Examining The Attributes Of ObjectOriented
An Introduction To COM OLE And ActiveX
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