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Learning Visual Basic

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Hello, I would like to start learning Visual Basic, and I was wondering if
there are any recomendations to any ebooks, or actual books for that
matter. I have my eye on this book by John Smiley, any comments/suggestions
would be greatly appreciated.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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for VB 6 I recommend:

- Visual Basic 6 Black book (for learning)
- Visual Basic, the complete reference (for a reference guide)

For VB.NET I recommend

- Mastering Visual Basic.NET (Sams publishings I believe)
- Programming Visual Basic.NET (by O'Reilly)

I have PDF files for all of these, some (like mastering Visual Basic.net
which is 15 megs) are too big to email you, but let me know, I can put it on
my server for you to download if you want it.

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Stéphane Richard
Software Developer

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Hello, I would like to start learning Visual Basic, and I was wondering if
there are any recomendations to any ebooks, or actual books for that
matter. I have my eye on this book by John Smiley, any comments/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Hi, I was reading this news and see your answer. Do you mind if I ask you
the Ebook Visual Basic, the complete reference.
Thanks you

"Stephane Richard" <st**************@verizon.net> a écrit dans le message de
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for VB 6 I recommend:

- Visual Basic 6 Black book (for learning)
- Visual Basic, the complete reference (for a reference guide)

For VB.NET I recommend

- Mastering Visual Basic.NET (Sams publishings I believe)
- Programming Visual Basic.NET (by O'Reilly)

I have PDF files for all of these, some (like mastering Visual Basic.net
which is 15 megs) are too big to email you, but let me know, I can put it on my server for you to download if you want it.

--
Stéphane Richard
Software Developer

"pix" <fi************@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:Xn*********************************@24.71.223 .159...
Hello, I would like to start learning Visual Basic, and I was wondering if there are any recomendations to any ebooks, or actual books for that
matter. I have my eye on this book by John Smiley, any

comments/suggestions
would be greatly appreciated.


Jul 17 '05 #3

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Hey buddy i just read this post and came to know to that u have the Complete Reference in Visual Basic in ur store.
It wuld be nice of u if you can share that e-book with me as i m in urgent need of it.
Thanks in advance and looking forward to ur reply...
May 19 '06 #4

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