Power Programming with VBA/Excel
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- Paperback | 191 pages
- 203.2 x 254 x 9.4mm | 376.49g
- 10 Jan 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. If You've Never Programmed Before. The "Idea" of a Program. The Concept of Assignment. Decisions and Loops. A Simple Example. 2. Overview of VBA for Excel. The Excel/VBA Environment. An Excel Interface and a VBA Macro Program. Other Ways to Obtain and Display Information. 3. Recording Macros. Macro Recording. Absolute and Relative References. Using Macro Recording to Learn about VBA. What Keyboard Macros Can't Do. 4. Customized Worksheet Functions. The "Idea" of a Function. Worksheet Function Macros. 5. Modular Programming. Sub Procedures. Function Procedures. More about Procedure Arguments. Passing by Value or by Reference. Static Variables. 6. Object-Oriented Programming. Objects, Properties, Methods, and Collections. Using Oop for Input/Output. Learning More about Oop. 7. Debugging and Testing. Debugging. The VBA Help Facility. Built-in Debugging Capabilities. Testing. 8. Data Typing and Variable Scope. Data Types. Type Declaration. Variable Scope and Lifetime. 9. Computations. Computations. Built-in Numeric Functions. 10. Strings and Dialog Boxes. String Functions and Manipulations. Message Boxes. Input Boxes. 11. Structured Programming: Decisions. Structured Programming. Flowcharts. The If/Then/Else Decision Structure. The If/Then/Elseif Structure. Selected Case Structure. Nesting. Compound Logical Expressions. 12. Structured Programming: Lops. Decision Loops (Do/if Exit). Count-Controlled Loops. Nesting of Loops and Decisions. Recursion. 13. Data Structures: Arrays and Records. Arrays. Records. 14. Creating and Accessing Files. Sequential Files. Other File Operations. 15. Custom Dialogue Boxes. A Simple Custom Dialogue Box. Custom Dialogue Boxes and Modules.
About Steven C. Chapra
Steven C. Chapra presently holds the Louis Berger Chair for Computing and Engineering in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Tufts University. Dr. Chapra received engineering degrees from Manhattan College and the University of Michigan. Before joining the faculty at Tufts, he taught at Texas A&M University, the University of Colorado, and Imperial College, London. His research interests focus on surface water-quality modeling and advanced computer applications in environmental engineering. He has published over 50 refereed journal articles, 20 software packages and 6 books. He has received a number of awards including the 1987 ASEE Merriam/Wiley Distinguished Author Award, the 1993 Rudolph Hering Medal, and teaching awards from Texas A&M, the University of Colorado, and the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors.