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Implementing An ADO Data Control With VB6


The ADO data control can save Visual Basic developers hours of time. In this article Susan shows us exactly how to go about implementing an ADO control.

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By: Susan Harkins
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June 15, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Implementing An ADO Data Control With VB6
  2. · What is a data control?
  3. · Adding the remaining controls
  4. · Conclusion

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As you can see, the ADO data control makes simple and quick work of accessing records. Admittedly, this is a simple example, however it does go to show just how quick and easy it is to setup a working form connected to a database in a matter of minutes.
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