Developing PowerBuilder 5 Applications

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Sams Pub., 1996 - Computers - 817 pages
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Offering a hands-on introduction to all aspects of development with PowerBuilder, this book provides a practical overview of database creation, application/database interfacing and user interface design. The general approach is to offer likely problems and then work through the solutions step-by-step. The CD includess an online help application.

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BILL HATFIELD is the bestselling author of computer books, including several popular "For Dummies" titles. He is also the editor of two computer journals from Pinnacle. Bill teaches computer classes for professionals throughout the nation.

BRADLEY L. JONES is the site manager for a number of high-profile sites for that focus on making technical information easy to understand and easy to learn. In addition to weekly eNewsletters, he has written numerous articles focused on making complex topics easy to follow and understand. He is also an internationally bestselling author of a number of books.

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