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Microsoft introduced a NASTY bug after release that is causing errors in sample code. Please read the Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2015 errata page – item #1 in particular – for details on how to work around this.

I get a lot of questions from people looking for the sample database file referenced in hour 21. That database IS in the sample files listed below. Simply extract the appropriate zip file, and look in the Hour 21 folder that gets created.

Click a link below to download the source files from one of my books. All files are zip files and will need to be unzipped to your hard drive.

Teach Yourself Visual Basic


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Teach Yourself C#

Teach Yourself C# 2008 Click me to download sample files for Teach Yourself C# 2008 in 24 Hours

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  1. I’m on hour 21 of VB.Net 2012 and I am happy and relieved to have found a author who writes with such clarity, your book was exactly what I needed : an intro to.NET after lots of experience with VB6. If you write any more books on VB.NET I’ll be first in line at the bookstore. Well done! Thanks.

  2. I’m on hour 21 of VB.Net 2012 and I am happy and relieved to have found a author who writes with such clarity, your book was exactly what I needed : an intro to.NET after lots of experience with VB6. If you write any more books on VB.NET I’ll be first in line at the bookstore. Well done! Thanks.

  3. I’m on hour 21 of VB.Net 2012 and I am happy and relieved to have found a author who writes with such clarity, your book was exactly what I needed : an intro to.NET after lots of experience with VB6. If you write any more books on VB.NET I’ll be first in line at the bookstore. Well done! Thanks.

  4. I’ve tried learning Visual Basic before…but I always found the instructions so dry I’d lose interest. The format of these books, and the humor, make it actually really fascinating to learn! Thank-you so much!

  5. I have 4 days to relearn VB for an important entry level programming job interview I’ve been trying to get for 3 years. So far your has been an easy step by step guide starting from the absolute beginnings to Classes and OOP within the new VB 2012. I am highly glad I chose this book today and if I get the position I will be gladly picking up C# book as well!

  6. James you are Great Man..I am your Big fan <3... Me a student.I learnd C language from your book and now I leaning vb10.. Many thankssssss...s.

  7. I’m retired and trying to write a complex sci-fi story, but could not find any suitable timeline software, having had previous programming experience (Cobol and Pascal) I decided to see if I could write something myself. Your VB2010 book has given me the confidence to think that this just might be possible…
    Thanks

  8. Hi James

    Am intrigued by the manner in which you simply programming concepts in your books. I am currently reading “Visual Basic 2010” and can’t help it but marvel as I grasp the material. Thank for making a difference in my career….

  9. nice sir I always appriciate your e books..those helps to me for improve my knowlrdge about progamming side..already I am learning about progamming so there your ebooks help me always..i wish you to your pending e books..god bless you…

  10. James, your book is wonderful, well thought out and structured. It is giving me hope and the excitement to create software and perhaps controls from your VB2010 book. Best of luck and wishes,
    Dave W. Greer

  11. Hi, I am working with an older book of yours (Teach Yourself Visual Basic 2005 in 24 Hours). I am on lesson 21 – working with databases. The chapter refers to a database “contacts.mdb” which normally could be found at this page. Although I searched the newer files, I could not find this file, nor an *.mdb file. This file is necessary to complete the lesson, so I would be grateful if you indicate me where I can find this file.

  12. howdy James :)… I’m new to this programming stuff, Iv just bought your Visual Basic 2012 book and it has been my best friend until now :D… and I was wondering if I can develop, with visual basic, a program that can manipulate another during runtime… sry for the profile I don’t like facebook at all =p.

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