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Thread: Programming Books
2001-05-17, 20:32 #1JamesPGuest
I am looking for a good programming book for Embedded 3.0 for Pocket PCs. I found few books but I was hoping to find one that focused on VB.
If anyone has any good tips I would appreciate it.
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2002-08-22, 17:02 #2
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Re: Programming Books
I haven't read any books on eVB programming, though I know there are a few out there. Most of the programming information I've used for eVB has come from the DeVBuzz website at http://www.devbuzz.com/ They should have links to various books and resources as well. Since I don't have a PocketPC device, I've had to adapt some of the code (I'm using an HPC Pro 3.0 device), but it hasn't been too difficult <img src=/S/laugh.gif border=0 alt=laugh width=15 height=15> . Your milage may vary, though, as I was pretty familiar with VB6 and VBScript when I started programming my Handheld.
http://www.devbuzz.com/content/books.asp -- has some reviews of various books both CE and desktop programming related. May have some useful information in it. I do have Douglas Boling's book, and if you want to learn eVC++ from the Win32 angle, his book is very well written.