Visual Basic 6 Made Easy: A Complete Tutorial for Beginners

Liew Voon Kiong
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Visual Basic(r) 6 made easy is written by the author of the popular online Visual Basic tutorial at www.vbtutor.net. This book presents the basics of Visual Basic programming using direct and simple language so that you can learn Visual Basic 6 programming easily and quickly. You will be able to build Visual Basic applications within a short time.
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About the author

The author holds a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, a Master Degree in Management and a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration(University of South Australia).

He has been involved in programming for more than 15 years. He created the popular online Visual Basic Tutorial at www.vbtutor.net in 1996 and since then our web site has attracted millions of visitors .It is the top ranked Visual Basic tutorial website in many search engines including Google. He has also written a few Visual Basic books as well as other books. Among them, Visual Basic 2010 Made Easy and Visual Basic ® 6 Made Easy: A Complete Tutorial for Beginners are most suitable to be used as reference textbooks for Visual Basic.

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Publisher
Liew Voon Kiong
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Published on
Jan 5, 2006
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Pages
304
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ISBN
9781419628955
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / General
Computers / Programming Languages / Visual BASIC
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In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, you’ll learn how to build complete, reliable, and modern Windows applications with Microsoft® Visual Basic® 2015. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson builds on what you’ve already learned, giving you a strong foundation for success with every aspect of VB 2015 development.

Notes present interesting pieces of information.

Tips offer advice or teach an easier way to do something.

Cautions advise you about potential problems and help you steer clear of disaster.

Learn How To

Master VB 2015 by building a complete feature-rich application Navigate VB 2015 and discover its new shortcuts Work with objects, collections, and events Build attractive, highly-functional user interfaces Make the most of forms, controls, modules, and procedures Efficiently store data and program databases Make decisions in code Use powerful object-oriented techniques Work with graphics and text files Manipulate filesystems and the Registry Add email support Create efficient modules and reusable procedures Interact effectively with users Write code to preview and print documents Debug with VB 2015’s improved breakpoint features Distribute your software

Download all examples and source code presented in this book from informit.com/title/9780672337451 as they become available.


Who Should Read This Book

Those who have little or no programming experience or who might be picking up Visual Basic as a second language.

Bug Alert

Description: Changing the startup form's name in a VB WinForms app does not update the "Startup form" #4517

Explanation: In the latest Visual Basic update on GitHub, Microsoft accidentally introduced a significant bug that you should be aware of. In the Visual Basic project properties dialog on one of the tabs (Application), is a drop down box for selecting the "startup object". This can be either a Main method or a System.Windows.Forms instance (or System.Windows.Window for WPF). When you do a rename on a form (say from the code editor in source or from the solution explorer) currently set as the startup form the rename doesn't cascade to the startup object project property cause the project to enter an invalid state where the user must now manually reset this project property from the now nonexistent Form to the new name. This is a huge annoyance.

The fix for the bug (until Microsoft addresses) can be found here:
http://www.jamesfoxall.com/teach-visual-basic-2015-errata/

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