Book Review: Beginning Visual Basic 6 Objects

Tuesday Nov 19th 2002 by Sam Huggill
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Beginning Visual Basic 6 Objects Objects made easy in VB6.

Peter Wright's Beginning Visual Basic 6 Objects takes the beginning or intermediate VB programmer into the world of object-oriented development in this easy-to-understand book. Early chapters cover the basics of objects and modeling real-world problems. Then the text teaches you how to build custom ActiveX components using Visual Basic. (Actual coding comes only after a thorough discussion of the principles of object-oriented design.) Throughout this text, screen shots and effective examples are used to illustrate key concepts, including how to use the new VB Visual Modeler tool. Anyone making the leap to objects using Visual Basic will certainly benefit from this well-organized and clearly written text.

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