There's a worrying mystique which has grown up around the discipline of object- oriented programming which would have us believe OOPS is something only hardcore technical people do.
Author Peter Wright says otherwise.
In the companion volume to Beginning Visual Basic 6, Wright takes a step-by-step look at the OOPS capabilities of VB6 using a helpful and informative array of real-world examples and code snippets to get across the ins and outs of this unique programming discipline.
With commentary which includes the rudiments of OOP, ActiveX and COM interaction, Wright achieves in 500 words what many authors would take twice the space to do--and even better he does it effectively.
With added material on OO design methodology and the use of design methods including UML and Microsoft's Visual Modeller this is hardly a book for the programming beginner, but for those with a little knowledge and a sprinkling of patience, Beginning VB6 Objects is a must-have for the computing bookshelf.--Chris Russell
This book deals with objects and object-oriented development with Visual Basic 6. It explains why object-oriented programming is so important today and how its use can simplify the development process as a whole. It leads the reader into the realm of actual development by using real-world examples to demonstrate the sort of problems that programmers come up against everyday. This book is for Visual Basic programmers who have a grasp of the fundamentals of Visual Basic and want to learn how to do object-oriented development. This book is ideal for aspiring programmers with intermediate ability who wish to tackle ideas that are more complex.