MsgBox Statement

འཕྲིན་དོན་ནང་ན་ཡོད་པའི་ཌའི་ལོག་སྒྲོམ་བཀྲམ་བཏོན་འབདཝ་ཨིན།

Syntax:


MsgBox prompt As String [,buttons = MB_OK [,title As String]]

Parameters:

prompt: String expression displayed as a message in the dialog box. Line breaks can be inserted with Chr$(13).

title: String expression displayed in the title bar of the dialog. If omitted, the title bar displays the name of the respective application.

buttons: Any integer expression that specifies the dialog type, as well as the number and type of buttons to display, and the icon type. buttons represents a combination of bit patterns, that is, a combination of elements can be defined by adding their respective values:

Named constant

Integer value

Definition

MB_OK

0

Display OK button only.

MB_OKCANCEL

1

Display OK and Cancel buttons.

MB_ABORTRETRYCANCEL

2

Display Abort, Retry, and Ignore buttons.

MB_YESNOCANCEL

3

Display Yes, No, and Cancel buttons.

MB_YESNO

4

Display Yes and No buttons.

MB_RETRYCANCEL

5

Display Retry and Cancel buttons.

MB_ICONSTOP

16

Add the Stop icon to the dialog.

MB_ICONQUESTION

32

Add the Question icon to the dialog.

MB_ICONEXCLAMATION

48

Add the Exclamation Point icon to the dialog.

MB_ICONINFORMATION

64

Add the Information icon to the dialog.

128

First button in the dialog as default button.

MB_DEFBUTTON2

256

Second button in the dialog as default button.

MB_DEFBUTTON3

512

Third button in the dialog as default button.


Error codes:

༥ ནུས་མེད་བྱ་སྒོའི་ལམ་ལུགས་བོད་བརྡ་

Example:


Sub ExampleMsgBox
 ཀོནསིཊ་ ཨེསི་ཚིག་ཡིག་ ༡ = "རེ་བ་མེད་པའི་འཛོལ་བ་འབྱུང་ཡོདཔ།"
 ཀོནསིཊི་ ཨེསི་ཚིག་ཡིག ༢ = "The program execution will continue, however."
 ཀོནསིཊ་ ཨེསི་ཚིག་ཡིག་ ༣ = "འཛོལ་བ།"
 MsgBox(sText1 + Chr(13) + sText2,16,sText3)
 MsgBox(sText1 + Chr(13) + sText2, MB_ICONSTOP, sText3)
End Sub

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