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Old September 18th, 2003, 07:00 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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I am not really sure what you mean on object oriented. VB is for the most part OO and you can't really avoid it. However the best general book I have seen on VB is from Microsoft press, (sorry wrox) called [u]Programming Visual Basic 6.0</u> by Francesca Balena its a little pricy but well worth the money. As for websites, I think the best website at explaining concepts is http://www.vb2themax.com/.

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hi James,

try this one

here you will find a link to Bruce McKinney's Hardcore Visual Basic
the site itself is also very interessting.

also you can check msdn
(whatch the word wrap!)

this link is the "house of bricks", there ars also links to the "house of straw" &
the "house of sticks", all very well written and show you how to use class moduls & collections. Which is the main part of OOP in VB6, which isn't really OOP.

a good book is "Doing Objects in Visual Basic"

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