Dec 222017
 
Source code from the book, Using Visual Basic, 2nd edition.

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Using Visual Basic 2nd Ed. [1/1]
Source Code For Book '93


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Source code from the book, Using Visual Basic, 2nd edition.
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Contents of the README file


Using Visual Basic 2nd Ed. [1/1]
Source Code For Book '93
================================================================

In order for these example programs to run:

You MUST load the 01*.MAK file,

Open the Project Window,

Click on the *.FRM file,

then press F5.

================================================================================================================================

For program 06PICT2.MAK to work you will have to:

Set Picture1's Picture property to locate

ICON\MISC\MISC31.ICO

on your system.

For example:

C:\VB\ICON\MISC\MISC31.ICO

================================================================================================================================

For program 07CHEK4.MAK to work properly:

all four Picture Properties

must be set to the appropriate path

for your particular system!

This is done at design time.

=================================================================================================================================

To enjoy program 14REAL3.MAK try searching for the following two
packages:

Name Package Number

Williams 1001
Hi-Tech 1334

Spelling counts! So does CaSe-SeNsItIvItY. Spell the last names
just as you see them here . . . ENJOY the views!

==================================================================

=====================================================

Be very careful in this chapter! The applications
expect Microsoft's Excel to be opened and running for
data exchange. Follow the directions in the text.
If you are not proceeding correctly, the system
could/will hang in some cases.

These applications will work best if they are completely
copied to the root directory of drive C.

Dynamic Data Exchange is an advanced topic that will
take some skill to use correctly.

=====================================================

================================================================

Thank you for your purchase of

this Addison-Wesley text on Mircosoft's Visual Basic

=================================================================


In order for you to get the most enjoyment out of the
enclosed programs take a moment to read this brief introductory
README file.

*****************************************************
FIRST - Make a backup copy of this diskette using the
diskcopy command from DOS.
*****************************************************

All of the Visual Basic programs included on these disks
are sorted and stored under each Chapter's number in the form:

CHP01, CHP02, CHP03 ... up to CHP17

In each subdirectory you will find three or more types of
files:

*.BAS, *.FRM, and *.MAK

Each program on the disk may contain one, two, or all of these
file types. All files needed to run a program use the following
file naming syntax:

Chapter number - 01, 02, 03, ... 16
4 character program acronym - LABL, CNRL, DRIV, etc.
Sequential program number - 1, 2, 3, etc.
(by chapter)
If it is a *.FRM file the
sequential program number
is followed by - A, B, C, etc.
File extension - *.BAS, *.FRM, *.MAK

For example, Chapter 14 has a program made up of four files:

14REAL3 .MAK
14REAL3 .BAS
14REAL3A.FRM
14REAL3B.FRM

To run a program:

Choose the ALT-F(ile), O(pen), command from within VB.

Type A:, followed by the subdirectory, and the file
name's make file:

a:\CHP14\*.MAK (enter)


This will display, in the dialog window, all of the programs
you can run from the CHP14 subdirectory.



=== Each Chapter Subdirectory

Several of the subdirectories on the accompanying disks
contain their own README files. These help clarify any
special requirements for running the programs in that chapter.

Make certain that you take a moment to read them in order
to obtain the maximum enjoyment out of running each application.



=== Assumptions:

1. You have Visual Basic 1.0 or later installed in the
default directories suggested by the install program.
2. You have Windows 3.0 or later installed in the
default directories suggested by the install program.
3. You have the program diskette installed in drive A.
4. The programs will be loaded and run from drive A.

If these requirements are not met, programs and applications may not
run properly or hang the system. Certain programs require icons, etc.
which are expected at the default locations. You will receive a
warning message, from Visual Basic in most cases. Simply change the
subdirectory.

We have made every effort to check and double check these applications.
If you have a properly installed system, they should run without any
problem. However, since we are human, errors are bound to occur.
Thank you for your patience in these cases.

Have a good time with the programming environment of the decade -
Microsoft's Visual Basic! Don't forget to make your backup copy
of this diskette, before getting started!


The Authors

Chris H. Pappas
William H. Murray



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