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Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 5

  • November 19, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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Welcome to the fifth instalment in this Visual Basic Database tutorial, exclusively hosted on VB-World.

As ever, I'm your amazingly cool host Karl Moore. In fact, as we're getting to know each other a little more each week, I'll let you call me Karlos. May I call you "reader"?

Don't forget that I love to hear your feedback. If you're enjoying the tutorial, then I want to know! My e-mail address is Karl@karlmoore.com

And if you're not enjoying the tutorial, the Editor wants to know. Hah, like I'm going to give you his e-mail address?

[Ed: It's webmaster@vb-world.net]

[Karlos: DOH!]

Just don't tell him you don't like my humour. Otherwise I'll be out of a job, with three iguanas and a mangy looking cow in its late 40s to support.

Anyway, enough pitter-patter. On with the content! This week we'll be taking a look at:

  • How best to design a database
  • Creating a table
  • Creating a chair
  • Primary keys
  • Foreign keys
  • House keys
  • Relationships (Dr Ruth, anyone?)

So onwards, good sir... let's get down and dirty on the disco floor with the database diva... (that's apparently me, by the way).





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