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Old September 18th, 2003, 06:59 AM
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Default Object oriented programming with VB6


I am using VB6, and want to find some good web site tutorials/tips on object oriented programming with VB6 (not VB.NET).

I am having trouble tracking any down.

Alternatively can you recommend a good book on object oriented programming with VB6?

Please can you help?

Many thanks.


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Take a look at "Beginning VB6 Objects" by Peter Wright from Wrox as well as "Beginning Visual Basic 6 Application Development", also form Wrox. Finally, the best reference I have found for VB6 is "Programming Microsoft Visual Basic 6" by Francesco Balena from Microsoft Press.

Good luck!

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If you are looking at doing business development, of large/complex applications, I have worked for companies that have based their framework on that of Rockford Lhotka's (Visual Basic 6.0 Business Objects (Wrox)).

I am currently reading his .NET version, and I have a lot of respect for him. It seems that he is at least co-author of 50% of the books I find useful.

Note: I don't always agree with all that he does, but he is writing a generic framework, rather than a specific one.

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another great book is design pattern by visual basic. it may be helpful.

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