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Teach Yourself Visual Basic (Teach Yourself)…

Teach Yourself Visual Basic (Teach Yourself)

by Mac Bride

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In its new .net version, Visual Basic can be used to create stand-alone applications, ActiveX applets for Web pages, and libraries of functions that can be retrieved from other programs. Compatible with other languages in Microsoft's Visual Studio set, its programs can share data and functions with programs written in those languages. Teach Yourself Visual Basic uses jargon-free language to help new IT users focus on essential structures and techniques, and then move on to advanced features.

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Visual Basic is one of the most popular programming languages, and is part of the Microsoft Visual Studio set. In it's new .net version, the language can be used to create stand-alone applications, ActiveX applets for Web pages, or libraries of functions that can be called from other programs.… (more)

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