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Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 3

  • November 19, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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With a zip and a zap and a zibidy-doink, welcome to the third part of this wizzy Visual Basic database tutorial.

As ever, I'm your rather geeky host, Karl Moore - and if you've missed the previous two instalments, check them out here and here.

Oh, and don't forget to tell us how we're doing. If you love the series, tell us using the below feedback form. If you hate the series, tell us using the feedback form below. If you're after a date, e-mail me - Karl@karlmoore.com ;-))

But hey-ho, enough patter - time to get on with the real stuff! This week, we'll be covering:

  • Creating SQL statements in Access
  • How old the earth is
  • Storing statements as "queries"
  • Making a Real Visual Basic Database Application!

Let's start with geographical affairs; the earth is approximately 4.6 billion years old. Or is it 6.4 billion years? Either way, it's about the same age as my Grandma. Err, just kiddin' Grandma!

[Ed: No sweets for you this weekend, Karl...]

Enough of this rambling - what about the nerdy stuff? Corr, I can see you getting excited already. So fellow geeks and geekesses, lend me your ears (plus any money you have lying about)... and let us proceed!

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