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The Complete Idiot's Guide(R) to Visual Basic .NET by Clayton Walnum (2002-01-04)

The Complete Idiot s Guide R to Visual Basic NET by Clayton Walnum

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    1. I bought this book from sams club(a warehouse store) because i wanted to understand visual basic and windows programming since i only knew Qbasic. It started out with a sample program that made me hate the book since it did not explain what the separate commands do and what the syntax was. it began by explaining what the program did and that was it. It might have been my fault that i did not understand the book but i did understand all other programming books that i have(including a "Beginni [...]


    2. This is the best book on vb6 I have ever read!! it really tells you facts about vb! it is detailed but it is concise (not to mention interesting) enough not to let you sleep on the page you are reading on! but I thought chapter 5 in part two was a little confusing therefore I had to read it over and over and over and over and over again, but I learned my stuff!!! At first I didnt know vb6 NOW I DO!!Of course not all of it, this book only starts you off! it even says it isnt a whole referenc [...]


    3. I bought this book as a whim (on sale at Sam's Club) and immmediately set down to read the book.On the plus side, the writing style is very easy to read. It also presents concepts in an easy to grasp manner. If you have been having problems getting the basics of VB6, then this could be the book for you.However, if you want to get past the basic concepts, I would suggest another book. While the material is easy to grasp and may give you the jump start you need to get rolling, it will also lea [...]


    4. Don't pan this book because it only covers the basics. For the intended audience, it IS a 5-star book. While I did require a more advanced text (my favorite is Special Edition Using Visual Basic 6) nearly right away, this book got me going VERY quickly. If you're thinking of sticking your toe into the water of VB6, start here - then get yourself a more advanced book. By the way, I still make reference to it when I need a quick look-up on the basics (I don't program every day, so I get ru [...]


    5. I turned to this book after trying to plough my way through the Microsoft book by Halvorson (weak) and the Wrox book by Wright (good, but heavy going). Walnum does a better job of breaking up the subjects and explaining their importance. The jokes get a bit annoying, as it's obvious the style that there must be at least one per page, but there is some useful information in here for beginners. I would suggest working you way through this and the Wrox book either sequentially or side by side. [...]


    6. This book is an excellent resource for the beginner. The author assumes nothing and the result is an easy to follow guide in the learning process. All of the sample codes ran and the author explained each program in full, line by line. Clear and well organized. This is the first Visual Basic 6 book I would buy.


    7. The title sums it up perfectly. This book is for complete idiots. If you have any programming experience at all this book will leave your mouth dry and your neck hurting.The text is overly verbose. This is probably perfect for someone who is brand new to programming, or even computers in general.If, however, you are not a complete idiot, don't get near the "Complete Idiot" series.


    8. I picked up The Complete Idiot's Guide to VB 6 at the library after having gone through part of Learn to Program with Visual Basic 6 by John Smiley, and, when I sat down to read it (not at my computer, but just for the fun of it), I kept saying, "Oh, THAT'S what that meant!" I'm brand new to any kind of computer programming and, while I gained some knowledge from Dr. Smiley's book, it took this book to really make some of the concepts clear to me. Had I started with this one, I'm not sure [...]


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