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Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshell Paperback – Apr 11 1998
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About the Author
Evan S. Dictor has developed software in a wide variety of languages on numerous platforms. He has used Visual Basic extensively for years, first as a prototyping tool and later as a full-time development tool. A Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer, today he develops and supports Visual Basic applications nationally as a contract programmer based out of southern Florida. In his spare time, Evan composes MIDI music and does woodworking.
Top Customer Reviews
It was a Listbox with checkbox in it and the a button should transfer all the
selected checkbox to a treeview and so on and so forth...
while looking for in the internet I found a extracted page at O'REILLY then
I decide to buy the book. Great, book there is a lot controls with explanation, examples etc.
Sure it will not cover new versions of VB, but it is still a great book.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
My conclusion--experienced VBers will not have much use for this book. Inexperienced ones will have a great deal of use of it for learning about standard controls/properties/methods, but they will still need another VB primer to help with coding fundamentals. Mildly experienced VBers or experienced programmers new to VB will find this tool useful as a reference in the beginning stages of a new VB project. In sum--anyone looking to understand the standard VB controls better will find this resource to be quite useful.