vendredi 3 août 2012 01:25
I desire input on what an amateur novice would find as the quintessential reference or guide to learning Visual Basic. Other than Visual Basic for Dummies. :)
You've taught me everything I know but not everything you know.
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vendredi 3 août 2012 08:19
Some people read many books before asking here and still don't know basic things. The best book is the one teaching one to be patient, to read the manual, to focus on one issue at a time, to try things yourself and to learn to handle the tools. This seems to be hard nowadays with all the confusing influences all the time. Slow and steady wins the race.
I do not have a VB book.
Maybe not a helpful contribution. The first place I recommend is right to the Esc key.
vendredi 3 août 2012 13:22
You could start with the LEARN
link at the top of this website or click here.>>
- Database related apps
- All about OOP ( object orientated programming ) creating objects from Classes and so on
- Internet related stuff such as email, building your own WebBrowser app and so on
- Music - sound related apps
- Handling Microsoft Office files from EXCEL, WORD and so on
- Something else that I've not mentioned perhaps?
Learn as much as you want to on one subject, then move onto the next.
Tip: Do not try to learn every bit of everything all at once if you feel that it will confuse you.
I hope this helps. :)
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