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Visual Basic, Summer 1999, First Session

(Under Construction, more to come)

 Assignment List

Visual Basic, Introduction-
4 quarter hours, first session
Masao Sugiyama, ext. 6512
Office: Seminar 3167
email sugiyama@evergreen.edu
MW 610p, ACC or GCC
Reference #: 98501M

Students enrolled in this class will learn to program in Visual Basic. Topics include basic programming skills and graphical user interfaces (GUIs). This course is heavily lab-based. The course requires no programming experience. Students with previous programming experience will be able to progress rapidly to learn the language.

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Teach Yourself Visual Basic 5 in 21 Days
by Nathen Gurewich and Ori Gurewich

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4th Edition 
Paperback
Published by Sams

ISBN: 0672309785