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e-Book Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) download

e-Book Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) download

by Evan Dictor

ISBN: 1565922948
ISBN13: 978-1565922945
Language: English
Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (April 11, 1998)
Pages: 760
Category: Programming Languages
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He has used Visual Basic extensively for years, first as a prototyping tool and later as a full-time development tool.

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. Series: In a Nutshell (O'Reilly). Paperback: 760 pages.

Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshellis divided into two sections. Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshellis an ideal book for Windows programmers who are looking for detailed and organized information on Visual Basic controls. This book is written by an experienced Visual Basic programmer and is filled with precisely the kind of information that his work-and that of any experienced VB y requires.

com User, December 21, 2000. This is one of the best VB reference books that I own.

book by Evan S. Dictor. Visual Basic has been described as a visual interface design package to which the programmer attaches snippets of code. Central to Visual Basic is its interface design component-its forms and controls. This means that to create a professional application, you need extensive knowledge of Visual Basic controls. com User, December 21, 2000.

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This book is written by an experienced Visual Basic programmer and is filled with precisely the kind of information that his work-and that of any experienced VB y requires. Its depth and quality make it an indispensable addition to your Visual Basic library.

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Visual Basic has been described as a visual interface design package to which the programmer attaches snippets of code. Although this definition has been contested by some, no one would contest that Visual Basic's interface design component--and therefore its forms and controls--are central to Visual Basic. To create a professional application, you need extensive knowledge of Visual Basic controls and their numerous properties, events, and methods. Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshell is the book that documents Visual Basic controls thoroughly.Visual Basic Controls in a Nutshell is divided into two sections. The first contains a detailed summary of Visual Basic Professional Edition's intrinsic and custom controls. Each chapter provides the following information about a control:

A general description of the control, including its usage and purposeControl tasks--that is, the tasks that are typically executed when creating or managing a controlThe most important properties that define the behavior and appearance of the controlThe major events fired by a control and to which code can be assignedIn cases where their timing may be important, the order in which related multiple events are firedThe most important methods that are available for managing a control or accessing its functionalityThe ways in which the control unexpectedly interacts with changes in its state or in that of the Visual Basic environment. Typically, these undocumented or little documented side effects give developers enormous difficulty.The second section consists of separate alphabetical references to Visual Basic's properties, methods, and events. Along with providing basic documentation for each property, method, and event, the entries in this section contain a wealth of information not always available from the documentation, including:Whether a property is available at design-time and/or run-timeThe data type returned by a property or methodVisual Basic Controls in a Nutshell is an ideal book for Windows programmers who are looking for detailed and organized information on Visual Basic controls. This book is written by an experienced Visual Basic programmer and is filled with precisely the kind of information that his work--and that of any experienced VB programmer--constantly requires. Its depth and quality make it an indispensable addition to your Visual Basic library. With its companion volume, VB & VBA in a Nutshell: The Language, it serves to thoroughly document Microsoft Visual Basic.
Comments:
Chilele
Good information and generally well written but, like most O'Reilly books, lacks the sign of an editorial hand that would put the whole thing in a larger context. For example, controls and methods as categories are not well explained at the outset.

Androlhala
The bokk is good as describle, good service web
I refer you to this web to buy the old books

Bele
To design and implement a large-scale VB project, I bought this book along with 'Pure Visual Basic' by Dan Fox. Nutshell proved to be very valuable for the design stage--determining what controls would be best suited for the demands of our application. It also was useful in the beginning of the implementation stage, as we got used to using those controls. Once coding was in full swing, the book sat on the shelf 90% of the time. We got MUCH more use out of Pure Visual Basic over the long haul.
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.

Llallayue
This is one of the best VB reference books that I own. If you are new to VB it's a good resource to see how to use the many controls that VB has to offer. If you're a professional it is an outstanding reference book! This book goes into detail about all of the controls in a very organized manner listing the events, properties and methods in a way that I haven't seen before. A lot of the VB books out there today focus on the programmatic side of VB, leaving the details and design of the controls up to the reader. This is the perfect complement to these books. This book alone cannot teach the VB programming language but it is a perfect companion book to the many books out there that do. My advice, if you're interested in learning the details of the tons of VB controls is to buy this book. Definitely worth a buy!

Bolv
I just wish I had had this excellent reference early this year when being involved in implementing treeview controls for an Oracle database programming project. Because of lack of proper treeview documentation I had to do a lot of trial and errors -- very time-consuming.
Thanks a lot for Author Evan's quick response to my e-mail question and thanks to O'Reilly for another great book! Highly recommended for every serious VBers!
Fayu Zhang with best wishes to every would-be VBer

Dagdatus
Most VB programmers uses lots of time searching on MSDN and internet sites for descriptions of controls. Who haven't spend hours looking how to make a control do a certain thing?
With this book you get a very good start, because most functions of almost all common used controls are descriped in this book.
The downside is, of course, that you always wish the description of the particular control would have been more informative. Describing so many properties, events and methods of lots of controls in only one book doesn't leave many pages to each control. But, a more in-depth descriptions would have brought this book on five stars!
In this kind of book the index of the book is importent - and it is a good index which never leaves you flicking around the index in frustration.
So, support or even substitute MSDN with this book.

ℓo√ﻉ
This is another example of O'Reilly's rule: the value of a computer book is usually inverse to its thickness (though this one is unusually thick, for them); and, it is unrelated to price (theirs are always on the cheap side). This book is relentlessly thorough, readable, and misses the cheap frills (ie. endless screen images) of 90% of other VB books. I own 17 VB books, but this one together with Lomax's book are the ones I actually look at more than all the others put together.

This book is absolutely first rate. Don't bother fooling with VB Help when you want to know something about a control; it's all in Dictor's really exceptional book. Unlike dear old Microsoft, right-to-the-point info on any control is very easy to find. The book is accurate, thorough, and has very few misprints. Its excellent, brief examples illuminate the real-world use of the controls. It's head and shoulders above anything available elsewhere at any price. I own 20 VB books, but this is one of the two or three I use all the time. It's great for learning or for reference...

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