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Author:  Dana [ Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:24 am ]
Post subject:  Update to Learning Tool for First Time Programmer's

I Wish I Knew How To… Begin Programming with Real Studio in Windows: A LEARNING TOOL FOR THE FIRST TIME PROGRAMMER OR CONVERTING FROM ANOTHER LANGUAGE *Updated to Edition 1.2*

Instructions for the beginning programmer to learn the Real Studio programming language. An essential book for programmers converting from other languages to become familiar with the Real Studio language.

*Takes an easy approach with over 100 examples covering over 240 pages to guide you through the software and show you what to do.
*A full index and table of contents which works like a reference book.
*Explanations for every example project included with the book.

This book teaches you how to start programming in Real Studio, covering everything from variables, files, text modification, the REAL SQL Database and more.

What you will learn from this book
· Introduction to Real Studio and the Environment

· Variables

· Compare Control

· Arrays in Real Studio

· String Methods

· Real Studio Methods

· Classes

· Error Handling

· Working with Text Files

· Creating a Calculator

· Real Studio Controls

· Real SQL Database

· Added Do Until … Loop

· Real Studio True and False Understanding

· Added a lengthy chapter on Files

o Added 33 Special Folder Examples

o Added Creating a Folder

o Added Deleting a Folder

o Added Deleting a File

The Table of Contents and Index can be downloaded from the Authors Website!

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This book is a live document and will be updated – remember your download link to download future updates.

Eugene Dakin is based in Calgary, wrote three books on Program Excel with Real Studio in Windows, Program MS Access with Real Studio in Windows, and Program Word 2010 with Real Studio in Windows.
ISBN: 978-0-9880947-6-5

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