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Tutorial Book Suggestions for VB.net - need a GOOD one..

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Hello..
I am an intermediate level VB6 user and am beginning a brand new
application for which I want to use VB.net. Therefore, I am shopping
for the best possible 'learning' book on the subject. The book needs to
jump right into the good stuff. No - 3 chapters on using the IDE, etc.
I am comfortable with object oriented programming using C++, so any
books that concentrate in that area is OK, too..

Anyway, your suggestions are welcome..
Thanks..

Jim Flanagan
JRF Consulting
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET: An Object-Oriented Approach,
Comprehensive

Michael Ekedahl, William Newman
ISBN: 0-619-23920-4 © 2004
Publish date: July 28, 2003
664 pages

This can be ordered on www.course.com
http://www.course.com/catalog/produc...=0-619-23920-4

"Jim Flanagan" wrote:
Hello..
I am an intermediate level VB6 user and am beginning a brand new
application for which I want to use VB.net. Therefore, I am shopping
for the best possible 'learning' book on the subject. The book needs to
jump right into the good stuff. No - 3 chapters on using the IDE, etc.
I am comfortable with object oriented programming using C++, so any
books that concentrate in that area is OK, too..

Anyway, your suggestions are welcome..
Thanks..

Jim Flanagan
JRF Consulting

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET: An Object-Oriented Approach,
Comprehensive

Michael Ekedahl, William Newman
ISBN: 0-619-23920-4 © 2004
Publish date: July 28, 2003
664 pages

This can be ordered on www.course.com
http://www.course.com/catalog/produc...=0-619-23920-4

"Jim Flanagan" wrote:
Hello..
I am an intermediate level VB6 user and am beginning a brand new
application for which I want to use VB.net. Therefore, I am shopping
for the best possible 'learning' book on the subject. The book needs to
jump right into the good stuff. No - 3 chapters on using the IDE, etc.
I am comfortable with object oriented programming using C++, so any
books that concentrate in that area is OK, too..

Anyway, your suggestions are welcome..
Thanks..

Jim Flanagan
JRF Consulting

Nov 21 '05 #3

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i recommeded microsoft press book publisher. the book in not available
in 2005 because of new version for visual baisc 2005. so look for new
book for 2005 instead of older book.

Jim Flanagan wrote:
Hello..
I am an intermediate level VB6 user and am beginning a brand new
application for which I want to use VB.net. Therefore, I am shopping
for the best possible 'learning' book on the subject. The book needs
to jump right into the good stuff. No - 3 chapters on using the IDE,
etc.
I am comfortable with object oriented programming using C++, so any
books that concentrate in that area is OK, too..

Anyway, your suggestions are welcome..
Thanks..

Jim Flanagan
JRF Consulting


Nov 21 '05 #4

P: n/a
i recommeded microsoft press book publisher. the book in not available
in 2005 because of new version for visual baisc 2005. so look for new
book for 2005 instead of older book.

Jim Flanagan wrote:
Hello..
I am an intermediate level VB6 user and am beginning a brand new
application for which I want to use VB.net. Therefore, I am shopping
for the best possible 'learning' book on the subject. The book needs
to jump right into the good stuff. No - 3 chapters on using the IDE,
etc.
I am comfortable with object oriented programming using C++, so any
books that concentrate in that area is OK, too..

Anyway, your suggestions are welcome..
Thanks..

Jim Flanagan
JRF Consulting


Nov 21 '05 #5

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