Visual Basic 3 for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1994 - Computers - 436 pages
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This book explains the basics of programming, how Visual Basic works, and how to create simple Visual Basic programs, all in a fun and relaxed conversational style that's east to follow. Each chapter has a programming quiz that allows readers to practice newly learned skills.

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Contents

Foreword wr
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Making Decisions Something lou Stop Doing
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A Beginners introduction to Visual Basic
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Copyright

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About the Author Wallace Wang is the author or coauthor of more than a dozen computer books, including Microsoft(R) Office 2000 For Windows(R) For Dummies(R), More Microsoft(R) Office 97 For Windows(R) For Dummies(R), Beginning Programming For Dummies(R), and Visual Basic(R) 6 For Dummies(R). He writes regularly for Boardwatch and The Net magazines.

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