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The complete idiot's guide to Visual Basic 6 by Clayton Walnum PDF

By Clayton Walnum

ISBN-10: 078971812X

ISBN-13: 9780789718129

This e-book will exhibit the reader the fundamentals of visible easy via pleasant, activity orientated examples and a arms on technique. This ebook and sequence is particularly designed for the recent visible simple person and the initiatives that they are going to are looking to accomplish. The textual content is written in a straight-forward conversational tone with distinct directions outlining vital initiatives you want to get the main from visible easy. themes contain: occasions, variables, arrays, kinds, periods and modules; visible simple layout setting; Message field item and enter field item; BAS Modules; dossier enter and Output; pix and Multimedia; Controls and homes; degrees, Buttons, and textual content containers; Looping; checklist bins and knowledge Lists; Menus; Toolbars; and allotting Your program.

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Most big companies can tell you horror stories about how a single missing semicolon or comma caused them thousands of dollars worth of problems. The Least You Need to Know • Input and output devices transfer data to and from a computer. • The Print command prints a line of text on the screen or a printer. • String literals must be enclosed in quotation marks. • Your computer’s memory can be thought of as a series of little boxes, with each box holding a single value. • Variables are named places in memory where a program can store data.

Go ahead and start Visual Basic. When you do, you see a screen that looks a lot like this: Visual Basic when it first appears. Double-click the Standard EXE icon to start a new project. Visual Basic then creates a Form object for your program’s window, as well as displays a bunch of goodies in the toolbox, Project window, and Properties window. The following figure shows how Visual Basic should look at this point: Visual Basic with a new project ready to go. Do you see all those icons in Visual Basic’s toolbox?

You’ll see a small window that looks like this: Your first Visual Basic program. Go ahead and click your program’s Command1 button. Nothing happens, right? OK, so the button looks like it pops in and out. All buttons do that. What’s important to notice is that clicking the button doesn’t make the program do anything useful. Of course, you’re about to fix that little problem. Click the End button (the one that looks like a small, blue square) in Visual Basic’s toolbar to stop your program and get back to Visual Basic’s main window.

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