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Helper 1: Variables.

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Helper 1: Variables.

Post by Seanshoots on Mon Jun 02, 2008 11:15 pm

This is a Important part of Visual Basic; variables are very useful, like defining a name, etc...

Here, we will make an easy-to-understand program that will use variables.
(When is say 'put in this code' dont erase any code that is there, just put it inbetween!)

First, make a standard EXE.
Enlarge the window a bit, too.
(Drag Corner.)
Make a textbox anywhere on the form.
It can be called anything, it doesnt matter.
Now, make a button. Just call it "Message."
Double click the button, a code window should popup.
In it, type:
Dim message As String
message = text1.text
seanshoots = MsgBox(message, vbOkOnly)

([CODE] IS NOT WORKING! Fix Please.)
What this is doing, is telling it that the word 'message' means the text in the textbox.
A variable is like calling someone a name, when someone says their name, you know who or what they are.
Name = Clown
Therefor, when someone says 'Clown', you would refer to that picture.

So, now press F5.
Now, when you type something in the textbox and press the button, it will popup in the messagebox.
Cool, ey? (Im canadian! Smile )

Last edited by Bob on Tue Jun 03, 2008 12:22 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : COLORZ!)


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