Visual Basic is a third-generation event-driven programming language first released by Microsoft in 1991. The final version was Visual Basic 6.0 before the released of Visual Basic.NET. Visual Basic is a user-friendly programming language designed for beginners, and it enables anyone to develop GUI window applications easily. Many developers still favor Visual Basic 6.0 over the successor Visual Basic.NET. This tutorial is based on version 6.0. Visual Basic 6 tutorial provides forty easy lessons and numerous sample codes to help you master Visual Basic programming effortlessly. For VB.NET Tutorials, please visit vbtutor.net. You might also want to check out a variant of Visual Basic, Excel VBA.
Visual Basic 6 Made Easy is written by Dr. Liew, the webmaster of our popular online Visual Basic Tutorial, vbtutor.net. This book is a complete guide to mastering Visual Basic 6, from beginner to intermediate programmers. This book has been written to complement our free online Visual Basic 6 tutorial with much more content. It is also an excellent reference text for high school or college-level computer science courses.
Reading this book will allow you to:
Dr. Liew Voon Kiong holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, a master’s degree in Management and a doctorate in Business Administration. He has been involved in Visual Basic programming for more than 20 years. He created the popular online Visual Basic Tutorial at www.vbtutor.net, which has attracted millions of visitors since 1996. It has consistently been one of the highest ranked Visual Basic websites.
To provide more support for Visual Basic students, teachers, and hobbyists, Dr. Liew has written this book to complement the free Visual Basic 6 tutorial with much more content. He is also the author of the Visual Basic Made Easy series, which includes Visual Basic 6 Made Easy, Visual Basic 2008 Made Easy, Visual Basic 2010 Made Easy, Visual Basic 2013 Made Easy, Visual basic Made Easy 2015, Visual Basic 2017 Made Easy and Excel VBA Made Easy. Dr. Liew’s books have been used in high school and university computer science courses all over the world.