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messagebox is not declared

messagebox is not declared

messagebox is not declared

(OP)
I would like to use messagebox in my code but get the above error msg.
I use MsgBox but think that messagebox is more flexable and have more features.

Do I need a messagebox function to get this to work or what do I have to "import"?

Herman
Say no to macros

RE: messagebox is not declared

MsgBox() is a function and MessageBox is a class in System.Windows.Forms, which has the Show() method.

MsgBox("Hello !") 

does the same as

MessageBox.Show("Hello !") 

RE: messagebox is not declared

(OP)
Hi Mikrom

Thk for replying to my Q
Ok so as I understand you there is NO diff btwn the two MagBox and MessageBox?
I was undet the impression that the latter had more options etc.

Herman
Say no to macros

RE: messagebox is not declared

(OP)
Excellent and well explained - Thx for clearing this up Mikrom

Herman
Say no to macros

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