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Programming Languages & Tools
Advanced Programming in C, Volume 1
Includes: covering conditional branching; using the Switching function; explaining looping; opening sample programs; discussing error messages; learning constants and macros; showing strings and variables; defining symbolic macros; using the #DEFINE directive and arrays; covering common pitfalls with macros; adding subscripts; viewing string arrays; learning pointers; discussing the Parse 3 function; using the '*' and '&' operator; learning character strings; viewing common types of string functions; covering common C data types; explaining enumerated data; discussing whole numbers; learning signed and unsigned characters; converting one data type to another; running sample programs; learning two types of file input and output; viewing commonly used stream input and output types; covering access modes; using FOPEN; learning FREAD and FWRITE; defining new data types; declaring single variables; viewing a chart; explaining stack pointers; and using the help menu.
Advanced Programming in C, Volume 2
Includes: writing programs; compiling to run under Windows; Quick Win applications; using DOS compatible functions; encrypting files; using simple encryption techniques; discussing binary file I/O; low-level file I/O; listing bitwise operators; command line parameters; defining the variable buff; PRINTF; DOS calls-time & date stamps; error checking; covering memory addressing; memory models; discussing global, local variables; static, dynamic variables; using wildcards to encrypt files; using function calls; function prototypes; demonstrating the compiler's debug mode; defining encryption keys; recursion; performing binary searches; covering program usability; and using spawn functions.
Delphi 2.0, Advanced
Delphi 2.0, Intermediate
Delphi 2.0, Introduction
Learning Fireworks for Web Graphics and Animation
Learning Fireworks with Lynda Weinman was developed to help get you up to speed quickly with Macromedia's newest Web graphics and animation tool fireworks. You will see all the major features if the program in action, described in helpful detail by one of the foremost experts in Web graphics today.
Programming in C
Programming in C is intended to give the novice a programming foundation in this popular language.
Programming in C++
Includes: getting started; stream input and output; comments in C++; function declarations and prototypes; default function arguments; parameter default values; variable declarations and scope; the scope resolution operator; working with inline functions; the inline qualifier; macro versus inline functions; using the CONST qualifier; overloaded functions; using references; passing variables to a parameter; using the VALU, POINTR, and REFERENCE functions; understanding classes; creating a class definition; working with member functions; using a class in a program; modifying constructor functions; and operator overloading.
Visual Basic 4.0, Advanced
Includes: demonstrating the Shape tool; changing the shape's image; changing the style, color, width of a shape; using the Fill Style edit line property; placing a line on the form; using the Border Color edit line; adjusting the border width of a line; properties of an image control; using the Image tool; using the Stretch property; describing the Data tool; describing the OLE Container Control tool; adding a DropAllowed edit line to an OLE container; using the SSTab control; why use an SSTab control? creating a StatusBar; creating a ProgressBar; adding an Image list; making a SliderBar.
Visual Basic 4.0, Intermediate
Includes: the toolbox; using the Pointer tool; discussing the Picture Box tool; demonstrating the Label tool; the Test Box and Frame tools; using the CHeck Box tool; demonstrating the Option tool; discussing Control Arrays; the List Box tool; demonstrating the Combo Box tool; the Horizontal, Vertical ScrollBar tools; using the Timer tool; the Drive List Box tool; adding labels, code, and buttons to a FileSection Form; creating a main screen; using the Menu Editor; changing the Start-Up form; displaying the text file; interfacing a form; and adding code to menu items.
Visual Basic 4.0, Introduction
Includes: the Visual Basic environment; creating a new form; using the Label tool; discussing the Command Button tool; viewing a Quick Tip; changing the properties of an object; using the Play, Pause and Stop buttons; writing code; running a program; creating a Command button; changing an object's procedure; input fields; the Text Box tool; Modules, forms, and objects; explaining the Text Box SubProcedure; the default button property; discussing the iflag variable; variable scope; using Dim statements; memory locations; discussing Required Variable Declarations; what is the Option Explicit statement? the Static statement; and using a Dynamic statement.
Visual Basic for Access 95
Includes: creating a main form switchboard; placing graphics in the switchboard; displaying a database from a switchboard; using the Macro Builder; creating an AutoExec macro; hiding the database window; using the Menu Builder; creating a custom menu bar; attaching a menu bar to a form; creating an event module; creating, running an expression; using an expression in another form; creating a message box; and displaying a message box with a macro.
Visual Basic for Access 97
Visual Basic for Excel 95
Includes: creating a Personal Macro workbook; recording, viewing and editing a macro; attaching a macro to a toolbar button; creating a module sheet; creating, running a user defined function; Visual Basic help; creating a sub procedure; setting properties; creating an input box function; creating an input method; viewing Excel samples; creating a dialog sheet; adding macros to a dialog sheet; viewing a sample Excel application; and entering information into a database.
Visual Basic for Excel 97
Visual Basic for Word 95
Includes: adding Word 95 options; assigning a macro to a shortkey; recording a macro; running a macro; recording a macro from the status bar; viewing macro code; editing a macro; adding comments to a macro; viewing pre-defined macros; viewing Word Basic help; copying, pasting an example statement; attaching a macro to a toolbar button; creating an AutoExit macro; using the Organizer box; copying a macro from template to template; adding message boxes to macros; creating message, input box functions; the Dialog Box Editor; running a Dialog Box macro; and viewing a dynamic dialog box.
Visual Basic for Word 97
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