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  1. #1
    Rick Salsa Guest

    Tips for the beginner


    Does your new book also cover the designing of programs as well? I noticed
    that it talks about data, arrays, etc. I guess what I'm looking at is learning
    how to design programs. If your book doesn't cover it, can you recommend
    any? Your book is definitely one that I will buy! It seems that it will teach
    you a lot about programming in general. I commend you on writing this book.
    It seems that most books assume that you already know the basics of programming.
    There arenít many books covering this subject. Thank you.
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    Dan Appleman Guest

    Re: Tips for the beginner

    You're welcome.

    Software design is a rather large subject, so while I do touch on it in this book, I
    don't get very far.
    Assuming you're looking at programming in VB, I'd suggest taking a look at Kurata's
    "Doing Objects in VB" book - best to learn object oriented design from the start
    than to have to unlearn bad habits later.

    Dan


    Rick Salsa wrote:

    > Does your new book also cover the designing of programs as well? I noticed
    > that it talks about data, arrays, etc. I guess what I'm looking at is learning
    > how to design programs. If your book doesn't cover it, can you recommend
    > any? Your book is definitely one that I will buy! It seems that it will teach
    > you a lot about programming in general. I commend you on writing this book.
    > It seems that most books assume that you already know the basics of programming.
    > There arenít many books covering this subject. Thank you.


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    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Tips for the beginner

    > Assuming you're looking at programming in VB, I'd=20
    > suggest taking a look at Kurata's "Doing Objects in VB"=20
    > book.


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