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by Gary Cornell,Dave Jezak
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Web Development & Design
  • Author:
    Gary Cornell,Dave Jezak
  • ISBN:
    0137491859
  • ISBN13:
    978-0137491858
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall Ptr (February 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    530 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Web Development & Design
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    1235 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    608
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Series: Prentice Hall Ptr Activex Series.

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Visual Basic 5. by Gary Cornell and Dave Jezak. This package provides a guide to ActiveX Visual Basic 5, showing how to build ActiveX controls through subclassing, and from scratch. It shows how to subclass existing controls, and create new controls.

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Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall PTR. Publication Date. NA. Physical Description.

Written by Gary Cornell, an award-winning Visual Basic author, and Dave Jezak, a member of Microsoft's Visual .

The book not only lets experienced programmers create full blown ActiveX . Published by Prentice Hall PTR.

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This package provides a guide to ActiveX Visual Basic 5, showing how to build ActiveX controls through subclassing, and from scratch.

Covers programming fundamentals and control development, including adapting codes, building controls and setting properties, and debugging

Munigrinn
I ordered this book from Amazon 2 months ago, before there were any additional reviews. The author made it sound like this was the best book of its kind -- NOT!!! I'm not a programmer, so the plethora of language reference tables do nothing to get me where I want to go, which is making custom navigational controls for the Intranet sites I construct for Microsoft group pages.
I saw the sample controls, but there's no clear way (based on the examples) to make my own new controls. The flow of how to learn, step-by-step, just isn't here. I honestly feel like I got ripped off
Blackbeard
The authors weren't sure WHO they were writing this book for. If you are a VB programmer who wants to learn Active-X you'll be disappointed to find that half of this book reviews VB topics - and if you aren't a VB programmer you'll be really disappointed because the VB coverage is poorly written.

Did anyone edit this book? The first Active-X example has two typos and an incorrect illustration.
Xangeo
This book is highly recommended for beginning ActiveX control programmers. It's easy to read, easy for follow, and highlights the basic topics that every programmer must (or need to) master. The writers are simply excellent!
If you're a VB expert but have never created any ActiveX control before, you may still find this book useful (--albeit be ready to skip some of the chapters, especially those dealing with VB basics and the VB5 CCE IDE)
GoodBuyMyFriends
the book was very good The content was right what i expected from it on Active X and VB. the sample programs featured were also to the point and useful