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Based on the newest version of Microsoft's VB. NET, this revision of Schneider's best-selling text is designed for students with no prior computer programming experience. The author uses Visual Basic .NET to explore the fundamentals of programming, building a strong foundation that will give students a sustainable understanding of programming. A broad range of examples, case studies, exercises, and programming projects give students significant hands-on experience. A "tried and true" text, this book has been consistently praised by both students and instructors.
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David Murray Schneider (November 11, 1918, Brooklyn, New York – October 30, 1995, Santa Cruz, California) was an American cultural anthropologist, best known for his studies of kinship and as a major proponent of the symbolic anthropology approach to cultural anthropology.
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