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Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005: Learn Visual Basic 2005 as You Design and Develop a Complete Application by Tim Patrick

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Footnotes

Chapter 1

1 If you want to read a truly fascinating book on how complex software and hardware operations are formed from the most basic uses of 0 and 1, read Charles Petzold’s book Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software (Microsoft Press, 1999).

2 Datamation, Volume 29, Number 7, July 1983, pp. 263–265. I also found the text of the article on the Internet by doing a search on the title. A similar version of the text, with only minor editorial changes, also exists under the name “Real Programmers Don’t Write Pascal.”

Chapter 2

1 This book introduces Visual Basic features using a tutorial approach. If you are also looking for a good reference work that discusses each feature of the Visual Basic language in gory detail, ...

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