Category: Science & Nature / Computing & Technology
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Publication date: 25 August 1998
Number of pages: 880
Reading Age: From 18 to 99
Visual Basic programming techniques are presented in a logical and easy-to-follow sequence that helps you really understand the principles involved in developing programs. The reader begins with learning the basics to write a first program and then moves on to adding voice, music, sound, and graphics. After reading this book, the reader will be able to write their own DLLs, create ActiveX controls, use object linking and embedding (OLE) and write Visual Basic programs that support multiple document interface, and much more. Various topics covered are: - Properties, Controls, and Objects - Graphics, Controls & Methods - Interfacing with Windows - Arrays, OLE, and other topics - Data Control and SQL - Multiple Document Interface - ActiveX- Sound Programming and DirectSound - Building ActiveX Controls and all the latest features of Visual Basic.
Greg Perry has been a programmer and computer trainer for more thant 10 years and he is renowned for his ability to explain complex computer topics to new users. He has authored various introductory books such as: Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Office 97 in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself Windows 95 in 24 Hours and Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic in 24 Hours.
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