Finding all the most useful functions in Help can be difficult at best. When you know the
function name you want, you can type it in the Visual Basic Editor, highlight the name, and
then press F1 to go directly to the help topic. Following is a list of functions, categorized by
type, that you might need to use. The tables list the function name and a brief description
of what the function does. You can easily find details about the particular function syntax in
Help once you know the function name....
Visual Basic Script Language (VBScript) is one of Microsoft’s scripting languages that is commonly associated with Server-side and Client-side web applications. However, Microsoft has opened up VBScript to developers and now VBScript can be found in a variety of applications. InduSoft has standardized on VBScript since it provides a significant subset of Microsoft Visual Basic’s functionality, and VBScript supports all of Microsoft’s operating system platforms including Windows CE, unlike VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) which cannot support the Windows CE runtime environment....
This bonus reference describes the functions and statements that are supported by Visual
Basic .NET, grouped by category. When you’re searching for the statement to open a file, you
probably want to locate all file I/O commands in one place. This is exactly how this reference is
organized. Moreover, by grouping all related functions and statements in one place, I can present
examples that combine more than one function or statement.
Need to make sense of the many changes to Visual Basic for the new .NET platform? VB .NET
Language in a Nutshell introduces the important aspects of the language and explains the .NET
framework. An alphabetical reference covers the functions, statements, directives, objects, and object
members that make up the VB .NET language. To ease the transition, each language element
includes a "VB .NET/VB 6 Differences" section.
I taught myself PHP and MySQL and found myself, at times, without internet access and thus without search access to the PHP.net manual ( http://www.php.net/manual/en/ ). Since coding was not my primary job, I needed a refresher on syntax, usage, and most of all, a reminder of how to code PHP without spending an hour debugging a silly mistake. I printed out reference sheets, cards, cheat sheets and tried to work off of them exclusively.
In addition to Excel's extensive list of worksheet functions and array of
calculation tools for scientific and engineering calculations, Excel contains a
programming language that allows users to create procedures, sometimes
referred to as macros, that can perform even more advanced calculations or that
can automate repetitive calculations.