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eBook Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 (Visual Studio) ePub

by Diane Zak

  • ISBN: 1418836745
  • Category: Programming Languages
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Diane Zak
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Course Technology; 3 edition (August 11, 2006)
  • Pages: 1024
  • ePub book: 1752 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1187 kb
  • Other: mobi azw mbr txt
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 330

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Using the most recent version of the software. However, I think you would be better off to have bought Visual Basic for Dummies and Teach Yourself Visual Basic in X Days/Weeks. Here's one specific example.

Using the most recent version of the software, Visual Basic 2005, this book teaches individuals how to use Visual Basic applications as they would in a real world setting. Students with no previous programming experience learn how to plan and create their own interactive windows applications.

Автор: Zak, Diane Название: Programming with microsoft visual basic 2005 Издательство: Cengage Learning .

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Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Third Edition by the best-selling author, Diane Zak, is designed for a first course in programming. Using the most recent version of the software, Visual Basic 2005, this book teaches individuals how to use Visual Basic applications as they would in a real world setting. Students with no previous programming experience learn how to plan and create their own interactive windows applications. GUI design skills and OOP concepts are emphasized throughout the book.

Comments

Hallolan Hallolan
This book has 1024 pages, half of which could be saved if the author was not intended to do so. Throughout the book, the author repeatedly used the pseudo-codes and flow charts to explain very simple programs. Even thought the codes were very simple and clear, she spent pages of her own word to explain them. For exemple, an If...Then...Else...EndIf statement would occupy few pages for demonstration with pseudo-codes and flow charts.
On the other hand, she explained every subject in detail. Some of the properties she covered were not in other beginner's books. I think that the book is over priced and it can be shortened and reduced the pages and the area of the book.
Castiel Castiel
This book is terrible. If you have no background in programming, you will gain a minimal fluency in Visual Basic. However, I think you would be better off to have bought Visual Basic for Dummies and Teach Yourself Visual Basic in X Days/Weeks. They will give you a much better grounding in the language and you might have saved some significant dollars.

Here's one specific example. The section on reading/writing files only gives instruction on moving the content of a text box to/from a disk file. No instruction at all on moving fixed-block records or on doing any sort of file processing. Granted, most file processing has moved on to databases and table processing, it's still a good skill to know.

Though no CD is provided with this book, you can download all of the sample code from their web site. And this brings up another point. The exercises are little more than taking a previous exercise or sample and adding one or two lines of code. Very lightweight. It seems like these are "feel good" exercises that can be done very quickly rather than exercises that will test your grasp of the subject and use what you've previously learned.

This book is a huge waste of time and money, and if you are attending a college that requires this book, I would complain to as many administrative officials as possible. If your employer is paying for your tuition and offers to buy the book back at what you paid for it, then you're in a good place. And if you have courses that require other books by this author, based on the quality of this book I would scrutinize those other books VERY closely before buying them.

I have been programming since the late 70's in a variety of languages and various versions and incarnations of Microsoft Basic, I have been doing relational database development for over 20 years and have been a Microsoft SQL Server database administrator for over a decade, going back to version 4. I've seen good programming books before, and this isn't one of them unless you're looking for very superficial knowledge. If you're going to be earning your living coding VB, this book is a waste of time and money.

If I could give it zero stars, I would.
Jerinovir Jerinovir
I am using this book as a textbook for a course at a community college. Like some of the other reviewers, at first, I was disappointed by lack of CD accompanying this book. However, having gone through about half of the book, this turned out to be a blessing in disguise as I was force to type in all of the code myself in doing the exercises. This is an excellent book for a beginner who is learning to code. It explains everything and does not take anything for granted.

My only complaint against this book is that it does not provide correct answers to the the questions and exercises at the end of each section of the chapter. However, I have still given this 5 stars.
Quendant Quendant
I will recomend this book to anybody who is learning VB 2005.

The book give you a lot of practice an a very good source of information.

Diane explain details that can not be found in other books.

It is a very good source for beginners and intermediate programmers in VB 2005.

I would ask her to improve the SQL database management section ([...]). Also, a CD will help if it is included with the book.

The price is right.

Carlos E. Irigoyen
Fog Fog
When it comes to programming books I have to say not all are easy to follow, or are the best to get to the point. This book is just like all others to be honest but I needed it for my class. With this book I was able to follow the tutorials very easily and the nice feature is that at the end of the chapters it prints the actual program you where working with and you can compare what you wrote to what it had. This feature also allowed me to go straight to the finished programs on the book and use concepts given in each tutorial for my own programming projects. Sure beats googling the functions and getting bad syntax or bad programming from other users, who can be pros or newbies, you never know what you get when you google it.
Ces Ces
Excellent book with all the necessary illustrations to make it easy to understand. Just follow the instructions on the book step by step and you will be writing code very quickly.

If you are interested in database management, then you will need another book after you read this one. The author just gives an introduction on how to work with Microsft SQL Server databases.
Shalizel Shalizel
Since I'm effectively learning a new language with this book, I rate it 4 stars although I have not read other instructional books for programming. If you buy, however, I would ensure that the book comes with the CD which has the files that accompany the many problems/programs which are provided to help you learn.
This book was really great for my VB class. I knew nothing about programming before learning with this book, I actually created my own Web browser that really works after studying this VB title.

Thanks to Diane Zak.