Book Review: Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook
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Published: 13 Dec 2006
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Cookbooks provide answers to real world questions. Is it true with Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook? Find out by reading Anand's review.
by Anand Narayanaswamy
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Introduction

Visual Basic 2005 is becoming very popular among developers and many of them are on the lookout for a different type of book rather than conventional programming books. In fact, I was looking for a book which teaches us the concepts that are beyond programming. Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook by Tim Patrick and John Clark Craig provides clear cut coverage about the tips and tricks involved with the language in a concise manner. While traditional programming books examine only the basic fundamentals, this cookbook provide ideas for improving your knowledge by teaching how to actually perform a specific task which you will not find anywhere else.


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