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BOOK: Professional VB 2005 ISBN: 0-7645-7536-8
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Old December 18th, 2009, 06:39 AM
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Default VB Programming

I am new in programming and I want to learn VB 2005 programming. Where do I go or can anyone teach me?
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Default Oh, dear, where to start...

First of all, if you are brand new to programming, it's not obvious that VB or C# are good starting points. You have to learn quite a bit to start getting useful work done.

You can learn some of the basics in tools like Microsoft Access, for example.

But if you really want to learn VB, then you need to get one of the beginner books and work through it in detail. Wrox has one, of course, though the 2005 version is probably no longer in print. However, the 2008 version is going to be very similar. Check out Amazon and find one you like.
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