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Hi there,

I just bought the book and I pretty new on programming. This books is really cool I just finished with Chap 5 and begining 6 now, but I would like to know base on your experience how can I improve all of this knowledge gathered from previous chapters amplying in more on hands exercises.

Do you have any guide that I can follow like starting devoloping application from scratch.

What would you recommend to get more on hands practice? Should I follow any guide to give me more exercises.

Thanks for your replies.
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Try out something that you wanted to automate in your household like an application for your daily expenses or create an library (book, cd/dvd collection) kinda things. This helps you to improve your skills in coding and use your imagination if you are going to change your book library to a lending library. Happy Coding.
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hi guys, im a visual basic learner, ive got a big probleme about how to creat the codes on my own, can you help me with some exercices which is gonna help me to understand th codings, im readying visual basic 2010 book by the way. i need your help thanks
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Hi what I do is create a new application, Count down timer, Diary, anything really and use any new items or topics that I have learnt in the application.

If I need something new then I use the book, or the web to search and find out how to do what I need.

It may take time but you learn what you need because you do the in depth investigation and learn for yourself.

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Thank you very much for your advice help i really appraciat, my only worry is that i can only bult a project following a tuto, what i need is to know how to creat my own codes without any tuto, can you do that right? by the way i read the book evryday thank again for your help
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