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by Harvey M. Deitel,Paul J. Deitel,Tem R. Nieto


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by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul Deitel, Tem R. Nieto. Covering Microsoft's Visual Basic 6, this work includes complete worked examples, more than 10,000 lines of code, programming tips and exercises. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780134569550. Release Date: December 1998.

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Harvey Deitel and Paul Deitel are principals of Deitel & Associates, In. a global leader in programming training. Now, leverage their extraordinary expertise to learn Visual Basic, with Visual Basic 6: How to Program.

Harvey Deitel and Paul Deitel are principals of Deitel & Associates, In. They are authors of C++ How to Program and Java How to Program, each the best-selling book in its market. The Deitels have taught 500,000 programmers! Now, leverage their extraordinary expertise to learn Visual Basic, with Visual Basic 6: How to Program. Nieto, an MIT graduate, is senior lecturer at Deitel & Associates.

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Helps you build real-world VB6 applications. Includes hundreds of live code programs with screen captures that show exact outputs, extensive exercises accompanying every chapter, & hundreds of tips, recommendations, & cautions. Paper. CD-ROM included. DLC: Microsoft Visual Basic.

Comments: (7)

Quphagie
You would expect a book of roughly a thousand pages to cover a lot of ground and this book doesn't disappoint. The pages are crammed with smallish print and illustrations and a lot of information is imparted by this one tome. While it doesn't cover every last thing that can be acomplished with Visual Basic 6.0 (the Windows API is mentioned only in passing) and some of the information is a bit 'old school' (how many modern programmers would end a program by using just the 'End' command?) it covers more than most books its size and the pertinent information is presented to enable a program to be written using most of VB's power. This book is written like a college textbook and, indeed, could serve as the basis for both beginner and advanced programming courses at the college level (well, it could have when VB-6 was still in regular use). If you are looking for a reference and learning guide all rolled into one and are interested in VB-6, you probably won't do better than this; especially since it comes with a usable version of VB-6 on a CD. If you're just starting out you may consider going with vb.net instead since it may be around longer.
TheMoonix
This is the best technical book i have ever read. The reason is it actually has some meat to it. Definatly the best visual basic book out there.

Matt
GODMAX
I found this book easy to read and use. No previous programming experience necessary. You can just jump right in to the world of VB immediately with this book. With the CD, the user can start playing right a way. Have fun.
Jarortr
This book has a seemingly random structure. For example, arrays are taught before basic control structures.
It constantly gives a simple explanation(meaning not adequate), then gives you a complex, non real world example by way of practice.
This is our textbook for a vb class. Yet most of the students have spent more money to get themselves another understandable textbook appropriate for beginners.
Teachers - Save your students the agony of sifting through this book!
Doomredeemer
This book was on the required list for a class on programming I recently completed (apparently some schools are avoiding using VB.NET in intro classes due to its added complexity). I had always wanted to check out a Deitel book, but the bone-crushing price drove me away more than once. Luckily I was forced into buying it for my class.
This is a solid book that will teach you everything you need to know to get started writing simple to somewhat complex VB6 code. The book begins with a history of Visual Basic and how it fits into programming in general. Then you're off and diving right into the VB Development Environment and by chapter 3 you've written a simple program. The book gains in complexity from that point on, but at a slow enough pace to take it all in. In fact, sometimes the pace seems stifling.
If you're an impatient person I would avoid this book. It's over 900 very thick pages long and sometimes getting through a single chapter feels like an entire book in itself (chapter 8 "Strings, Dates, and Times" felt this way for me).
If you're patient and you learn like a sponge, then be prepared to learn bunches and bunches from this book. By the time you're through you'll even have learned about advanced data structures like linked lists and trees. Getting through this book, despite its academic bulk, feels like a real accomplishment.
The exercises at the end of each chapter are invaluable for solidifying concepts and for getting your hands wet and sloppy with code. Definitely don't skip these, you'll learn more from working through them then you will reading the text.
It should be noted that the book is not designed for individual study - it is meant to be a textbook for a classroom setting (they say as much in the preface). I think it's most appropriate in that setting (it also has a textbook price).
Regardless of it's girth, this book will teach you enough VB6 to program applications of decent complexity. What you won't get is a lesson on API calls or Direct X, but the book is thick enough already!
Authis
I read this book through and followed the livecode examples. The beginning was a marvel for me, having been in old style basic for a long time and needing to refresh. For the immetiate first timer, it would still be very easy to go through the initial parts.
The more advanced topics are presented in a complicated way. The treatises on ancient data management systems could be cut down to reduce the boredom factor. The practice exercises that end the chapters are not real-life and so, unattractive. The live codes are quite numerous and helpful sometimes. But lengthy in many cases, without actually improving clarity. The pros of that is that program code module arrangement becomes natural to you by the time you finish.
The sudden change in style of the Chapter on Relational Databases (despite the footnote warnings) are rather distracting. A single series editor should smoothen the landscapes to a uniform picture.
This book is strong on string formatting and error handling, but is completely lacking in data validation. It is a yawning omission. I like the screenshots and I like the free VB learning CD. It helps you start and then creates the hunger to buy your own Professional Edition when advanced chapter examples would no longer work on the learning edition. But then, this book could have discussed packaging deployment, using the flab cut away from the redundant discourses on all and every type of ancient data handling techniques. And again, why devote the lone chapter to colletions and dictionaries, and end up making it a scarry subject. It makes the book end on a bad note. It could have ended well with the well-put-together VBScript brief Intro. And all those typos concentrated at the end part suggest that the proofreaders always started from Chapter One and kind of got tired towards the end.
I am happy I read the book, and it helps me understand the other books easily. It is a pain that it did not come out real-life. It could have been a bestseller if it borrowed her and there from the style of "Step-by-Step" by Michael Halvorson.
Visual Basic 6 How to Program download epub
Programming Languages
Author: Harvey M. Deitel,Paul J. Deitel,Tem R. Nieto
ISBN: 0134569555
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Programming Languages
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall; Pap/Cdr edition (December 4, 1998)
Pages: 1015 pages