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m a k a v e l i

May 11, 2001, 9:49pm
Ok, I am tired of these questions, I may sound like an ignorant person, but
you need to learn something on your own, you won't always have someone to do
your work for you. Buy a book, read it, and ask if you still don't know.

Off Topic:

Grimble, why do you hate me so much? What exactly have I done to you?


May 11, 2001, 10:17pm
LOL .... read your own post dopey !!!

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May 12, 2001, 6:45am
ermmmm by the time they have read the book, they'll be at a stage where you
need to ask them questions dont ya think based on some of your more recent

Just remember, the more you spout off about not being prepared to help
newbies, the less likely it is that anyone will ever help you.

Just remember what goes around comes around... newbie:)


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May 12, 2001, 2:20pm
The best (and cheapest) book is the MSDN library that comes with VB.
I was able to teach myself VB simply by following the tutorial in the
help files. I would suggest that those who are looking for a way to
learn VB quickly take a look at the help files there - they're very

agent fox mulder

May 23, 2001, 12:06pm
Listen they ask a question cause they want help.. They have a right to ask a
question. If you were a newbie you would ask


May 24, 2001, 6:35pm
I always just consulted the help files when I had a question, and I tell
newbies to do that too.

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