Introduction: Visual BASIC 6.0 (Gary Haggard, et al)

 
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Introduction: Visual BASIC 6.0 (Gary Haggard, et al)

This book offers a practical introduction to every facet of Visual Basic application development. Each element is discussed in the context of utilizing Visual Basic to create client/server, Windows-based production business applications.

Through a series of practical lab tasks, where readers build fully usable Visual Basic applications, the subjects are reinforced. In addition to containing a set of solutions to the lab exercises for student review, the lab setup and solution diskette provided with the book contains the files needed to carry out the hands-on labs. accessible as of version 6.0.

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