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Mastering Visual Basic 6 with CDROMby Evangelos Petroutsos
Synopses & Reviews
The best way to learn the newest version of Visual Basic
Mastering Visual Basic 6 is the ideal guide to Visual Basic. Inside, you’ll master the environment, the features, and the techniques that are key to professional Windows programming. Clear, in-depth instructions from a Visual Basic expert provide essential knowledge through scores of practical examples. Detailed coverage includes:
Visual Basic has become the most important business development language because of its ease of use and integration with Excel, Word, and many other products in the Microsoft business suite. More than 4 million programmers use various versions of Visual Basic! The latest upgrade of Visual Basic will incorporate a number of Web-related building components for creating forms-based and graphically interactive Web environments, interactivity with Visual Studio, and much more Web-related design capabilities.
About the Author
Evangelos Petroutsos is a computer engineer, consultant, and educator, as well as the author of many programming books, including the best-selling Mastering Visual Basic 5 and Visual Basic 5 Developer’s Handbook, both from Sybex.
Table of Contents
Part I: Visual Programming: The Fundamentals of Visual Basic.
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Visual Basic.
Chapter 2: Visual Basic Projects.
Chapter 3: Visual Basic: The Language.
Chapter 4: Working with Forms.
Chapter 5: Basic ActiveX Controls.
Part II: Advanced Visual Basic.
Chapter 6: Drawing with Visual Basic.
Chapter 7: Manipulating Color and Pixels with Visual Basic.
Chapter 8: Advanced ActiveX Controls.
Chapter 9: More Advanced ActiveX Controls.
Part III: Special Topics.
Chapter 10: The Multiple Document Interface.
Chapter 11: Recursive Programming.
Chapter 12: Optimizing VB Applications.
Part IV: Extending Visual Basic.
Chapter 13: The Windows API.
Chapter 14: OLE Automation and VBA.
Chapter 15: Building ActiveX Components.
Chapter 16: Building ActiveX Controls.
Part V: Database Programming with Visual Basic.
Chapter 17: Database Programming with Visual Basic.
Chapter 18: The Active Data Objects.
Part VI: Visual Basic and the Web.
Chapter 19: Introduction to the Web.
Chapter 20: Scripting Objects.
Chapter 21: Visual Basic and the Web.
Chapter 22: Active Server Pages.
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