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learning databases in vb 6

learning databases in vb 6

learning databases in vb 6

somebody can tell me where can i find a REAL beginner databases tutorial in vb?
i hope that nobody tell me 'use google'

RE: learning databases in vb 6

There are a number of good sites out there with code examples. I would keep an eye out at your local chain bookstore... you be surprised what you can find for pennies on the dollar.

Sometimes hard copy is better than web based and they generally have websites for the code

RE: learning databases in vb 6

Murach's visual basic 6 "Beginner to Database Pro" was highly recommended to me a few years ago by a consultant, but I have no personal experience with it.  Basically lost interest before I got started.


RE: learning databases in vb 6


Try the website :

There you can find uploads from readers. If you browse the database section or do a search you sure will find an easy start.


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