By Sean P. Alexander (Foreword)
Within the authors' phrases, "Our major objective in penning this e-book is to write down the main complicated publication but on hand on Microsoft visible Basic." Written from the viewpoint of the pro visible easy developer, "Advanced Microsoft visible easy, second version" explores all of the chances open to a developer utilizing visible easy as his or her fundamental client/server improvement software. New to this variation is fabric on new info entry applied sciences, accessibility matters for the bodily challenged, elevated help for IIS, BackOffice and combined language programming, and firm help for server part gadgets, resembling the part gallery and Microsoft Transaction Server. The accompanying CD-ROM comprises pattern code and important utilities constructed and established via the authors, The Mandelbrot Set.
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The execution time increases due to the branch, the evaluation of both the expressions on either side of the angle brackets, and of course the comparison itself. For all we know, we may never need this code—after all, what is the probability that FreeFile will fail in real life? To test this, sanitize the code, and make it more efficient, we would use a "soft if" conditional instead of a "hard if" conditional: nFile = FreeFile Assert nFile <> 0 . . Here we're asserting our belief that FreeFile will never return 0.
About once or twice a month, I'll get questions or insights from Peet Morris (the technical director of TMS) that are so advanced they rival the understanding of the product normally seen only by the chief architects of the product itself. I first met Peet Morris at VBITS in San Francisco just about a year ago. I attended Peet's session and was immediately taken with his technical skill and knew that he would be an invaluable resource in the future. We immediately hit it off both technically and personally, and since then he's done sessions for us at conferences such as Microsoft TechEd this past summer in New Orleans.
These tools can be used to retrofit semi-intelligent error handlers into your code once you're through writing—but is this a good idea? Your application will be error handler-enabled, that's for sure; but how dynamic will it be in its handling of any errors? Not very! We rarely use any kind of tool for this purpose because in fitting a blind error handler there is little chance of adding any code that could recover from a given error situation. In other words, by fitting an error handler after the fact, you might just as well put this line of pseudocode in each routine: On Error Condition Report Error You're handling errors but in a blind, automated fashion.
Advanced Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 2nd edition by Sean P. Alexander (Foreword)