The Waite Group's Visual Basic 6 SuperBible is the perfect resource for programmers who want comprehensive, up19990519d coverage of the most common Visual Basic concepts and language elements. Concise descriptions detail everything you need to know about each Visual Basic command, component, and control. For quick reference, you can easily look up any function, statement, method, property, or event in the alphabetical jump table in the front of the book. To find out what language features are related to a specific task that you want your program to perform, use the task jump table. Every example, project, and screenshot in the book has been created to reflect a professional coding style that takes advantage of all the new features of Visual Basic 6, making it an ideal source of knowledge for both beginners and experienced programmers. Entries include a description, general syntax, example syntax, purpose, and see alsos. From the very beginning of the process, industry experts have been instrumental in the creation of the outline and selection of covered topics.To explore the exposed objects of an OLE application, you must first add a reference to that applicationa#39;s objects using the References choice of the Visual Basic Tools menu. Figure 27.1 shows how the References dialog box might appear.
|Title||:||The Waite Group's Visual Basic 6 Superbible|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 1999|