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on 13 December 1997
Mr. Hatfield does a wonderful job of introducing the Powerbuilder environment to the novice programmer. Some experience with high level language is extremely helpful, but Hatfield writes the text well enough so that anyone can follow. He begins with a very simple example application to get u off and running, then goes into each component of Powerbuilder with a little more detail, even introducing some nice tips, and tricks like Powerbuilders Query Mode, etc. You will certainly not be an expert after the last chapter, but you'll have the big picture, and enjoy Powerbuilder.. Most likely the best starter book, i flipped through a few before purchasing it, this was a clear winner.
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on 1 September 1997
This is a great book for the PowerBuilder beginners. Follow the step by step instruction and you can develop applications soon. The author use easy words to describe complicated concepts and the working examples in this book is very helpful and useful. After finish this book you will be able to write a real world applications and have a strong knoweledge about PowerBuilder 5.
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on 31 January 1998
Good book for programmers just beginning to work with PowerBuilder. Bill Hatfield's language is easy to understand. There are also some useful concepts in this book which may prove useful for advanced programmers.
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