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PLease anyone tell me how to start to learn the depth visual basic programming. What types of books and software are needed to learn this chapter better.

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Posted 23-Sep-11 19:58pm
Updated 23-Sep-11 22:15pm
Mehdi Gholam 24-Sep-11 1:09am
Have you used google to search?
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NikulDarji 24-Sep-11 3:18am
Use VB.NET Black book for VB with .NET framework...And as Mehdi suggest use GOOGLE....:) and use the software VISUAL STUDIO 2008...for coding
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Solution 1

Software: Get Visual Studio (at least the VB Express edition - it's free, just google).

Books: Any of them, pretty much, provided you avoid anything with "...for Dummys" or " 7 Days!" in the title. Do the exercises - all of them - and follow it in the order given. Don't be tempted to skip forward a chapter as "I know this stuff" - you will miss important bits, most of the time.
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Solution 2

MSDN is a one of the most usefull source of self learning for Microsoft Technologies.

Getting Started with Visual Basic

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