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A Visual Basic 6 Programmer's Toolkit

By Hank Marquis , Eric Smith

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Focusing on the practical business concerns facing today's Visual Basic developer, bestselling authors Hank Marquis and Eric Smith delve into vital VB programming techniques often skipped or glossed over by introductory books.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-893115-06-4
  • 316 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: June 8, 2000
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF

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A Visual Basic 6 Programmer's Toolkit is an invaluable resource for professionals looking to move to the next level of Visual Basic mastery. Co-authors of the popular Visual Basic 6.0 Bible, Hank Marquis and Eric Smith shed light on many universal VB programming problems, including API calls and key user interface issues. Topics are illustrated using extensive examples, complete explanations, and full source codeenabling you to quickly grasp techniques and apply solutions to your own VB applications.

What you’ll learn

The book is divided into two sections, the first providing coverage of algorithms and implementation, and the second covering database/user interface implementation. Major topics include arrays and array manipulation, strings and string handling, data structures, localization, flexible data validation, Windows help systems, document interface forms, active data objects (ADO), Webclasses, working with networks, and more.


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