Starting Out with Visual Basic 2005 (3rd Edition)
Tony Gaddis's accessible, step-by-step style is the approach students with no prior programming experience can follow and understand as they build their programming skills. An abundance of hands-on tutorials, case studies, and programming exercises gives students the practical tools needed to learn introductory programming concepts. In Starting Out With Visual Basic 2005, Gaddis and Irvine take a problem-solving approach, motivating students to understand the logic behind developing quality programs while introducing the Visual Basic 2005 language. As students become familiar with each programming concept, they will learn how, why, and when to use various controls, constructs, and features of Visual Basic 2005.
Specifications of Starting Out with Visual Basic 2005 (3rd Edition)
|Author||Tony Gaddis, Kip Irvine|
|Number Of Pages||880|
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