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Programming with Visual Basic 6.0, Enhanced Edition » (2nd Edition)

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Authors: Diane Zak
ISBN-13: 9780619062040, ISBN-10: 0619062045
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Date Published: June 2001
Edition: 2nd Edition

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Author Biography: Diane Zak

Diane Zak holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems, a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, and a Master of Arts degree in Adult and Continuing Education. She has taught at various computer training centers and was most recently a professor at College of DuPage in Illinois.

Book Synopsis

Designed for an introductory programming course, this market-leading title has been enhanced to include two new tutorials on the next generation of Visual Basic - Visual Basic.Net. Programming with Visual Basic 6.0 Enhanced distinguishes itself from other Windows books because of its unique two-pronged approach. First, this book teaches programming concepts using a task-driven, rather than a command-driven, approach. By working through the tutorials, which are each motivated by a realistic case, individuals learn how to use programming applications that they are likely to encounter in the workplace. Second, the content, organization, and pedagogy of this book exploits the Windows environment. This edition includes creating reports using the print statement, as well as two full chapters on database access using ADO data control, SQL, and the DBGrid control.

Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to Visual Basic 2. Designing Applications 3. Using Variables and Constants 4. The Selection Structure 5. The Repetition Structure 6. Sequential Access Files, Menus, and Reports 7. Dialog Boxes and Error Trapping 8. Random Access Files 9. Database Access 10.Variable Arrays 11.What's New with Visual Basic.net? 12. Visual Basic.net and the Internet Appendices: A: Creating a Web Page with Visual Basic B: Visual Basic's Drag-and-Drop Feature C: Using the Clipboard, DDE, and OLE D: Creating Your Own ActiveX Control

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