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F. Scott Barker's Microsoft® Access 2000 Power Programming by F. Scott Barker

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GETTING STARTED WITH PROGRAMMING

The following sections introduce you to programming in Access 2000. First, you're introduced to the concept of code modules, which is where you write your code. Here, you design and write a very simple form.

Then you're introduced to declaring variables and subroutines, and how to control your program's flow. This information is the basis for programming in Access 2000. Along the way, you learn about different techniques for writing maintainable code.

Using Code Modules

You can write your code in three places in Access 2000: in class modules that can be one of three types, in code behind forms and reports, and in standalone class modules. The last module type is a self-contained standard code module. You should ...

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