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GBIC >> PowerBASIC >> Books

Books
I prefer books to all other methods of learning. Unfortunately there's only one PowerBASIC book and it's not yet available.

Until the picture improvies, about the best a PowerBASIC programmer can do is to get the most from other books - books which discuss programming in general and books on other languages where the content is readily converted/translated into PowerBASIC.

PowerBASIC-Specific Books
The one book on PowerBASIC 9 is available from PowerBASIC, Inc. I'll keep watch for any additions to this list.

Windows Programming Books
PowerBASIC lets you program at several levels. You can use the DDT statements which shield programmers somewhat from the Windows API, or you can program directly with the API using the techniques demonstrated in the Windows SDK.

The SDK programming approach is often preferred by more experienced programmers because it provides a greater level of control on the resulting application.

These next few books provide full coverage of Windows programming techniques.

Generic Programming Books
This list of books provides the books most commonly recommended by programmers on the web. The books cover all languages as well as all phases of software develoment.

Book Recommendations from Other Sites
These sites provide their own recommendations for book on programming. You might find items of interest here, although none are specific to PowerBASIC.