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  • Cliff Nichols
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    Don't feel bad Steve, its the end of the week, and after the holidays. Everyone is bound to have a "Brain Cramp" from time to time.

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  • Eric Pearson
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    You need to #INCLUDE "WIN32API.INC", which is supplied with the compilers. Alternatively you could copy/paste the necessary equates from WIN32API.INC into your program, but you may as well just #INCLUDE the whole thing 'cause you never know what you'll need next.

    -- Eric
    Last edited by Eric Pearson; 28 Dec 2007, 03:48 PM.

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  • Steve Johnson
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    MSGBOX function

    #include ... duh sorry about that.

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  • Steve Johnson
    started a topic MSGBOX function

    MSGBOX function

    I'm looking to put a yes/no message box -- here is what I am using:

    lResult& = MSGBOX("Do you want a printout",%MB_YESNO, "test")

    Even the example from the help won't work:

    lResult& = MSGBOX("Overwrite registry file?", %MB_OKCANCEL OR %MB_DEFBUTTON2 OR %MB_TASKMODAL, "Critical Warning")

    I have come to the conclusion that I need to download one of the equates from the WIN32API.INC file.

    Am I correct? Can you suggest which file should be downloaded and used? Or am way off target?

    Thanks.
    Steve
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