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Visual Basic for MS-DOS (Prentice Hall…

Visual Basic for MS-DOS (Prentice Hall Series in Innovative Technology)

by Ramon Zamora

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Visual Basic
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This volume provides a hands-on tutorial - for beginners and professionals alike - to the powerful new programming language, Visual Basic for MS-DOS - a new development language that lets general computer users create visually appealing applications - i.e., fully functional GUI applications - that run in the Microsoft Disk Operating System (DOS) environment. Shows how to create custom applications; modify a custom application; build a multiform application; add features to a multiform application; produce sound and graphics; use data files; create menu controls; program for error handling.

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