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Learning to Program with Visual Basic 6.0
Visual Basic has begun to replace COBOL as an introductory programming language due to its ease of use and the near universal move to the Windows operating system. McKeown and Piercy's text addresses the need for a text that offers an adequate balance between the demonstration of the Visual Basic interface and teaching programming logic that the reader must know regardless ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 608 pages
Published August 31st 2001 by Wiley
(first published July 18th 2001)
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