Skip to content

Pure Visual Basic

Spend $50 to get a free DVD!

ISBN-10: 067231598X

ISBN-13: 9780672315985

Edition: 1999

Authors: Daniel Fox

List price: $34.99
Blue ribbon 30 day, 100% satisfaction guarantee!
what's this?
Rush Rewards U
Members Receive:
Carrot Coin icon
XP icon
You have reached 400 XP and carrot coins. That is the daily max!


This is a premium code-intensive reference for professional developers. It includes concepts, techniques and hundreds of complete code examples that professionals can adapt for their own use.
Customers also bought

Book details

List price: $34.99
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 8/19/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 656
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.496

An Accelerated Introduction to Visual Basic
The Development Environment
Using the IDE
Hello World!
Configuring the IDE
Using Controls
Intrinsic Controls
ActiveX Controls
Graphically Manipulating Controls
Manipulating Controls with Code
Control of Flow Language
Conditional Statements
Looping Constructs
Data Types, Variables, and Constants
Data Types
Variant Arrays
User-Defined Data Types
Using Procedures
Procedures Types
Scoping Procedures
Calling Procedures
Parameter Passing
Declaring External Procedures
Coding Conventions
Naming Conventions
Using Class Modules
Creating Properties
Creating Methods
Enumerated Types
Class Events
Instancing Property
Setting References
Data Access
Data Access Interfaces
Debugging and Error Handling
Error Handling
Compiling and Distributing
Compilation Options
Packaging and Deploying
Deploying the Application
Techniques Reference
Using Forms and Menus
Using the Form Object
Using the Menu Object
Using TreeView and ListView Controls
Using the TreeView Control
Using the ListView Control
Integrating TreeView and ListView
Web-Enabling the TreeView Control
Using Win32 API Techniques
Using Encapsulation Techniques
Creating Floating Windows
Playing Waveform Sounds
Enhancing the TextBox
Working with the Shell
Creating a Searchable ComboBox
Creating Multithreaded Applications
Using ADO for Data Access
An Overview of OLE DB and ADO
General ADO Techniques
ADO Techniques with Form-Based Applications
Using ADO in Distributed Applications
Using Object-Oriented Techniques
Object-Oriented Fundamentals
Using OOP in Visual Basic
Building ActiveX Components
Building ActiveX Control Components
Building ActiveX Code Components
Building Web Applications
IIS Applications
DHTML Applications
Adding Professional Features
Using the FileSystem Object
Storing Settings in the Registry
Using the Printer Object
Message-Enabling Your Application
Creating a Windows NT Service
Services Defined
Which Method Should I Use?
Creating a Service Using NTSRVOCX
Quick Reference
ADO Reference
The Connection Object
The Recordset Object
The Command Object
The Parameter Object
The Field Object
The Error Object
The Property Object
Visual Basic Function Reference
Date and Time Manipulation
Financial Functions
Formatting Functions
Interactive Functions
Math Functions
String Manipulation
Visual Basic Constants
Asynchronous Constants
Calling Procedures
The Clipboard and DDE Constants
Color Constants
Comparison Constants
Control Constants
Date and Time Constants
Drag-and-Drop Constants
File Constants
Form Constants
Graphics Constants
Keyboard and Mouse Constants
LoadPicture Constants
Logging Constants
Message Box Constants
OLE Drag-and-Drop Constants
Resource Constants
String Conversion Constants
Window Style Constants
A COM Primer for Visual Basic Developers
A Brief History of COM
The Benefits of COM
Array Techniques
Sorting Algorithms
Searching Algorithms
Implementing Type Ahead