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by Charles A. Wood

  • ISBN: 0789707543
  • Author: Charles A. Wood
  • ePub ver: 1155 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 898
  • Publisher: Que Pub (May 1, 1996)
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  • Category: IT
  • Subcategory: Operating Systems
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I started with PB using this book and by the end of it I was a professional developing complex applications using P. Chuck Wood and Que make the best attempt I've ever seen at conveying programming savvy.

I started with PB using this book and by the end of it I was a professional developing complex applications using PB. Covers practically A to Z of P. Strong content but weak organization; a diamond in the rough. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 22 years ago. The chapter on database design and normalization is one of the best. This is one of the only books on programming I've ever read that uses a REAL real world application as the subject of its development: an inventory and invoicing system

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Some sample sentences are something in my wildest imagination I would never use unless I was in a graduate seminar.

Sold by My BOOKS Store, Inc. Condition: Used: Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Some sample sentences are something in my wildest imagination I would never use unless I was in a graduate seminar. But, for its intended purpose, it's a very good book. and then gives key words that are used in these arenas. In this way I find it useful.

Charles A. Wood (Contributor). Published by Que Pub (1994).

ISBN 13: 9780789700599. A hands-on guide presents a concise overview of PowerBuilder, enabling readers to design, implement, and deliver a final product, and features strong coverage of design technique, WatCom SQL, and PowerBuilder Libraries. Charles A. ISBN 10: 078970059X ISBN 13: 9780789700599.

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Books Worldwide, c1999. 20 Using Oracle 8 21 Using Java server pages and servlets 22 Using HTML 4, XML, and Java 1. 2 0139421521 Englewood Cliffs, . 078971437X Que Mark Wutka 0789724413 Indianapolis, IN : Que Publishing, 2000. Eric Ladd, Jim O'Donnell, 078971759X Indianapolis, IN : Que, et al c1999. xix, 507 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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PowerBuilder is used primarily for building business CRUD applications

PowerBuilder is used primarily for building business CRUD applications

For nearly forty years, Understanding and Using English Grammar has been the go-to grammar .

For nearly forty years, Understanding and Using English Grammar has been the go-to grammar resource for students and teachers alike. Updated grammar charts reflect current usage and highlight differences between written and spoken English. A new chapter on article usage. New Essential Online Resources include Student Book audio, Student Book answer key, Grammar Coach videos, and self-assessments.

PowerBuilder documentation is nonexistant since PowerBuilder decided that manuals shouldn't be shipped with the product. This book is for anyone beginning to develop PowerBuilder applications or moving to the new version, and covers developing a PowerBuilder application from the design stage through delivering the final product.
Comments (5)

CrazyDemon
I picked up this book becuase I scanned through the first chapters and found the it easy to follow. It was not until I had invested too much time to start a new book that it disappointed me. The book appears as if Mr. Wood got about halfway through the book, then had to finish in a hurry. The sample application begins to refer to objects that have not been created in the tutorial. Even when the book refers to objects that were created, the name is often different than the name used in the tutorial, making it difficult to follow. In short, I would wait for the second "Special Edition" if you really want this book. Maybe they will correct the errors.
NI_Rak
Loved the book..I would like to learn more about the PFC services,,can not seem to find any books talking about PFC..this book does not even mention it..slight editorial oversights, but all in all a great book from beginner to intermiedate..chapter on visual object is great..like to see more about implementing non visual objects into a real database application..too many books say this is how you create a class but do not show you how to implement them in a realistic example
fire dancer
Great book for beginners. I started with PB using this book and by the end of it I was a professional developing complex applications using PB. Covers practically A to Z of P
Uleran
I am very upset with the last book I bought, "Special Edition Using PowerBuilder 5" (ISBN 0-7897-0754-3) by Charles Wood. I have bought several books of QUE before and have never seen so much mistakes. I have read up to chapter 11 with lots of difficulty because of the mistakes in datawindow names, object names, etc. If you try to follow the example given in the book you will end up lost because of scripts with errors in variable and function definitions.

I really have never read a book with that many errors. I bought it because I am the owner of "Special Edition Using Windows 95", "Special Edition Using Gupta SQL Windows" and "Special Edition Using Excel for Windows 95" and thought this book would keep the good quality of the other ones I had, but after reading it I am very disappointed.

I hope in the future you should spend more time and/or money controlling the quality of your products.

Sincerely yours

Hernan Boluarte

[email protected]
Saithi
Chuck Wood and Que make the best attempt I've ever seen at conveying programming savvy. The chapter on database design and normalization is one of the best. This is one of the only books on programming I've ever read that uses a REAL real world application as the subject of its development: an inventory and invoicing system.

The downfall is in the slew of co-authors and the resulting lack of cohesion. Not for the beginner, this book assumes that the reader can think through an exercise which is only 70% completed within the actual text. The usual summary information included at the end of a chapter in such books is also painfully missing.

In summary, if you're looking for the best in advanced techniques and foundational thought processes (and you're somewhat experienced), its a must read

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