VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages

VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages
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VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages Description

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On-line documentation for VB / VBA language components appears to follow the 80/20 rule: the fundamental facts you require to use a language statement, see the documentation. But one more 20 percent you have to use it successfully or to apply to unique cases is conspicuously absent. To a professional VB / VBA programmer, even so, this lack of 20 percent of language in the dossier is not a luxury but a necessity. And VB and VBA in a nutshell: The language, it is finally available. The bulk of the book consists of an alphabetical reference to the statements, procedures and functions of VB / VBA language. Each entry has a standardized list with the following information: Its syntax, with the conventions of regular code differences in the functioning of the keyword in a macro environment (eg Office) and Visual Basic, if there is a list of arguments accepted by the function or process, if applicable, a description of the kind of data returned by a function VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages

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