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Conclusion

  • November 3, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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Karl concludes this week's epic article.

That's about all for this tutorial, folks. We've explained thoseoh-so-important variables and their role in creating an application, plustoyed with a few little-known control properties and enjoyed a greaterunderstanding of the code window.

If you want to play around with Visual Basic before the next tutorial, trylooking up the "Then...Else Statement" topic in your Visual Basic helpfile and playing with some of the given examples.

You might also want to read up on a few neat programming tips from our My Favourite Functions feature.

Don't forget that I'd love to hear any feedback you have. Please use thebelow form to leave messages for myself...

Until next week, I'm your host Karl Moore, saying goodnight for tonight.Goodnight!

Karl's Visual Basic Tutorial Index

Visual Basic Tutorial
Visual Basic can be confusing, especially for newbie programmers. But don't worry - here to help is technology journalist and head geek Karl Moore, with the first installation of his up-and-coming Visual Basic tutorial!

Visual Basic Tutorial - Part 2
Karl Moore returns with the third instalment of our exclusive no-geek-speak Visual Basic tutorial. This week, Karl gets his hands dirty with variables and conditional logic, so get out your nerds dictionary!

Visual Basic Tutorial - Part 3
Karl Moore returns with the third instalment of our exclusive no-geek-speak Visual Basic tutorial. This week, Karl gets his hands dirty with variables and conditional logic, so get out your nerds dictionary!

Visual Basic Tutorial - Part 4
Karl Moore gives you the buzz about looping, grabbing information from users and subs, as always without geek-speak!

Visual Basic Tutorial - Part 5
Karl Moore returns with another geek-speak free guide to Visual Basic coding. This week, Karl explains what methods, events and properties actually are, as well as delving into the enigmas that are functions. Lets code geek-to-geek baby!

Visual Basic Tutorial - Part 6
Head geek Karl Moore returns with the final instalment of his popular jargon-free VB tutorial!





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