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Beginning Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition: From Novice to Professional with CDROM (Beginning: From Novice to Professional)by Peter Wright
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Written for beginning and experienced programmers alike, this book/CD-ROM guide begins with a walk-through of the Visual Basic 2005 Express environment and proceeds through basics of the integrated development environment and the Visual basic language. Chapters cover working with variables, classes and object orientation, handling exceptions, code, and building Windows applications. Other subjects covered include files and streams, working with XML, database programming, the Internet and Visual Basic, and threading. The CD-ROM contains Microsoft's Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition. Wright has written many books on Microsoft development tools. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Beginning Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition is the affordable, accessible route to learning the .NET programming languages. Author Peter Wright proved his ability to teach Visual Basic to over 100,000 aspiring programmers during the 1990s with his line of best?sellers. Now that Microsoft is launching its new Express products, Wright is repeating his mission to teach you how to program, providing a friendly, clear message along the way.
Wright helps you explore Visual Basic 2005 Express. You?ll learn about core programming principles that will enable you to move towards more complex and rewarding programming tasks.
This book guides you through every major aspect of Visual Basic 2005 Express, and guarantees that you?ll learn how everything fits together?from the first programming principles to Express Start Kits that advance you in your own programming. By the end of the book, you?ll be able to write your own programs.
Author Wright proved his ability to teach Visual Basic to over 100,000 aspiring programmers during the 1990s with his line of bestsellers. Now that Microsoft is launching its new Express products, Wright is repeating his mission to teach readers how to program, providing a friendly, clear message along the way.
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