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  • Author:
    Nathan,Ori Gurewich
  • ISBN:
    0672303787
  • ISBN13:
    978-0672303784
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  • Publisher:
    Sams Publishing; 1st edition (August 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    750 pages
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Teaches the basic programming aspects of Microsoft's Visual Basic with daily lessons, quizzes . If you're out to get a solid pre-professional grounding in VB programming, Teach Yourself Visual Basic 5 in 21 Days is a strong book to work from

Teaches the basic programming aspects of Microsoft's Visual Basic with daily lessons, quizzes, practical applications. If you're out to get a solid pre-professional grounding in VB programming, Teach Yourself Visual Basic 5 in 21 Days is a strong book to work from. Despite the book's self-help title, it's also a good text to assign if you are teaching a course.

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by Ori Gurewich and Nathan Gurewich. Explains Visual Basic programming techniques step by step. I Have often been very skeptical of the "Learn whatever in 21 Days books". The work uses shaded syntax boxes, techniques, as well as Q&A, Do/Don't, and workshop sections to highlight key points and reinforce learning. However, this book is perfect for the beginner or someone who needs a refresher. The author guides you through all of the concepts in easy "lesson" formatting complete with questions and exersises to help you learn. It however, is very broad. Not a whole lot of detail in this book.

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Are you sure you want to remove Sams teach yourself Visual Basic 5 in 21 days from your list? Sams teach yourself Visual Basic 5 in 21 days. 4th ed. by Nathan Gurewich. Published 1997 by SAMS Pub. in Indianapolis, Ind. This text explains Visual Basic programming techniques step by step. The reader begins with learning the basics and writing a first program, then moves on to adding voice, music, sound, and graphics. All chapters conclude with a series of exercises to test the reader and reinforce information.

Explains Visual Basic programming techniques step by step Mixed Media. Place of Publication.

Explains Visual Basic programming techniques step by step.

This item is a book7 1/2" by 9" 798 page softcover copy. This item is in good conditionwith some soiling and rubbing of the covers, pages are clean and tight, I have not seen any writing on the pages. This is a heavy bulky volume and will be shipped USPS Media Mail.

A beginning tutorial comprising 21 chapters that will develop the novice user's abilities with a logical step-by-step approach with 21 lessons--one lesson per day. Each chapter is structured so that the reader can learn the material and complete the exercises in approximately 2-3 hours or less.

Kigul
Authors use simple, short projects to illustrate the basics. Use of many (screen image) figures makes it simple for a new user to "stay on track". Each project includes an explanation of "how the procedure works" which are well done. Although some mistakes exist, they should not hinder a new user. HOWEVER, the authors assume no learning on the part of the user. The authors provide unnecessary repetition at the exclusion of some necessary "stuff". For example, the 3-line source code for an Exit_Click procedure is repeated about 50 times. The reader is instructed to include Option Explict in the source code over 50 times rather than informing the user that this statement could be automatically included by simply setting an option. In the "How the procedure works" sections the source code is REPEATED and then followed by a line-by-line explanation. One chapter presents a 5 page listing of a form, just to illustrate that it is an ASCII text file. Unfortunately, while including all this repetition, the authors almost essentially forget about the List Box control. The List Box control is used in only 1 project and not really used for any purpose. There is NO mention of how to use the debugging tools available in VB5. For future reference I found the Index difficult to use. For example, the following topics are NOT even listed in the Index: List Box, Combo Box and constants. If you bought this book to "Find out how to write your own DLL files", as stated on the back cover, you will be disappointed ... this topic is NOT covered in this book. In summary, it is probably a good book for beginners, but I think there are better books out there ... although I have not read the Microsoft Press "Step By Step" book on VB5, based on my past experience with "Step By Step" books on other topics, I would strongly recommend taking a look at their VB5 book.
Wetiwavas
I recently began learning programming. I have now read several books on VB 5, to include the MS Programmmers Guide and VB 5 From the Ground UP (A recommended second choice). This book is very well laid out. I typed in every one of the example programs and found NO ERRORS. If you are new to programming and to VB5 and looking for a place to start....THIS BOOK IS IT.
Oppebro
My selection shows the depth I use in choosing Items in my library, fine for furture upgrading my soft skills.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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Freighton
This is a great book for your entry into Visual Basic 5.0. I have dabbled in programming with a couple of other languages, but have not gotten serious about professional programming until the VB 5.0 release. This book brings you up to speed real fast - but it is sort of like a Chinese buffet, especially during week 3. It gives you a brief sample of the advanced topics, but leaves you hungry for more in-depth coverage. What I really liked about the book is that each chapter had you do 3-4 programming exercises to teach you about the concepts of each chapter. If you do the programming in each chapter, by the end you have a real solid knowledge of the concepts the author is trying to teach. One major technical criticism, however. When the authors declare their variables, they almost never "type" them, i.e. declare them as integers, strings, etc. They talk about the advantages of doing this (that it makes for easier programming because VB will assume non-typed variables to be variants), but they gloss over the disadvantages of not typecasting every variable you declare. They say that it may cause performance problems - it will ALWAYS cause performance problems if you let all your variables be declared as variants, because not the CPU will have to resolve the variant to the proper datatype. The discussion of this topic was seriously flawed. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is getting started with VB. Now on to VB 6!
Jia
What can you say about this book? It treats you as if you know nothing at all about programming. There are a tremendous amount of programs for you to write then the authors take an additional step. Using exercises they challenge you to change the program to do something slightly different. I was very satisfied with the book. The only negative thing that I can say about it is that I also have the Teach yourself VB 3 and Teach yourself VB 4 and in the beginning chapters they are VERY similar with the same programs and everything. This should not be a problem if this is your first time buying the book (and heck, when VB6 comes out I will buy that book also!). This book is definately not for one that is very experienced in VB but if you need to know the basics or if you know nothing at all about programming this is the book to purchase!
Brick my own
I Have often been very skeptical of the "Learn whatever in 21 Days books". However, this book is perfect for the beginner or someone who needs a refresher.
The author guides you through all of the concepts in easy "lesson" formatting complete with questions and exersises to help you learn. It however, is very broad. Not a whole lot of detail in this book. However, you can easily geting the Advanced VB books after reading this one.
I work in VB on and off as projects arrise. I found this book to be great to refresh my memory of relearn concepts I was never quite sure of.
Great work.
Jox
If you expect start doing a professional VB programm you need to read another book that explain about databases and grids, two important components in VB. This book is very good for those who are starting in VB. Despite the almost 1000 pages, only two or three explain very quickly what to do with data control, almost nothing about recordsets and nothing about dbGrids. I suggest you to read this book and then Visual Basic 5 Database HOW-TO to fill this lack of information. And forget about 21 days...
I had just gotten Visual Basic 5 and i was pretty familiar with other variations of basic like Qbasic. This book helped ease me into Visual Basic as a beginner. Further along it helped me too, but when it got to APIs and activex controls, it could use a little expanding. However, this was an excellent book and well worth the buy if you're beginning and looking for a starting block.