Review: Visual Basic 2005 for Programmers, 2nd Edition
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by Jason N. Gaylord
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The main purpose of this book is for the educational sector.  Fortunately for me, I have taught Visual Basic and VB.NET 1.x to students at a local community college before.  With my experience I can say that this book definitely follows its main purpose.  Putting education aside, this is a great book for developers looking to broaden their knowledge of Visual Basic.  Paul and Harvey really go in depth to talk about the various areas of development.  Some of the key areas that are missed in many books include the emphasis on classes and objects, inheritance, polymorphism, multithreading and networking.  Many VB books that I have used talk about basic programming techniques and then jump into advanced topics without a smooth transition.  This book does not do that.

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Title: writer is dummi   
Name: larlo laawad
Date: 2006-10-21 5:24:59 AM
Edit programmer dosen't know how to write a book .First learn how to do programming than write book.I really agree with the above to feedbacks.
Totally x copy of Visual Basic 2005 How to Program By Deital
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Title: expensive   
Name: sharlo sharma
Date: 2006-10-21 5:21:04 AM
Very expensive send people for free not at the level to refer as guide ..Consepts are really confused.write Need to learn programming.
Title: Mr   
Name: Malik Sabir
Date: 2006-08-06 4:56:39 PM
This book has exactly same Table of Contents as is of Visual Basic 2005 How to Program By Deital. Comparing the both will help deciding to buy Visual Basic 2005 for Programmers.

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