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    • InputBox Function
      • The InputBox function displays a dialog box containing a label, which prompts the user about the data you expect them to input, a text box for entering the data, an OK button, a Cancel button, and optionally, a Help button. When the user clicks OK, the function returns the contents of the text box.
    • InputBox(Prompt, Title, Default, Xpos, Ypos, HelpFile, Context)
    •   MsgBox Function
      • Displays a dialog box containing a message, buttons, and optional icon to the user. The action taken by the user is returned by the function as an integer value.
    o   InPutBox
    • Syntax
    • InputBox(prompt,title,default,xpos, ypos, helpfile, context)
    • Description
    • Prompt: The message in the dialog box.
    • Title :The title-bar of the dialog box.
    • Default : String to be displayed in the text box on loading.
    • Xpos : The distance from the left side of the screen to the left side of the dialog.
    • Ypos : The distance from the top of the screen to the top of the dialog box.
    • Helpfile : The Help file to use if the user clicks the Help button on the dialog box.
    • Context : The context number to use within the Help file specified in helpfile.

    o   InputBox - demo
    • Example:
    o   YourName=InputBox("What's Your Name","Name Box", "MyName")
    o   MsgBox YourName
    o   MyAddress = InputBox("Enter your Address", , "Something", , , "help.hlp", 321321)
    o   MsgBox MyAddress

    • Example:
    o   Option Explicit
    o   Dim sPrompt, sTitle, sHelpFile, sRes
    o   Dim vDef
    o   Dim nYPos, nXPos, nContext
    o   sPrompt = "Where do you live?" : sTitle = "Personal Data"
    o   vDef = "INDIA"
    o   nXPos = 100 : nYPos = 100 : nContext = 1001
    o   sHelpFile = "C:\WINDOWS\system32\winhelp.hlp"
    o   sRes = InputBox(sPrompt, sTitle, vDef, nXPos, nYPos, sHelpFile, nContext)
    o   MsgBox sRes

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    • InputBox Function
      • The InputBox function displays a dialog box containing a label, which prompts the user about the data you expect them to input, a text box for entering the data, an OK button, a Cancel button, and optionally, a Help button. When the user clicks OK, the function returns the contents of the text box.
    • InputBox(Prompt, Title, Default, Xpos, Ypos, HelpFile, Context)
    •   MsgBox Function
      • Displays a dialog box containing a message, buttons, and optional icon to the user. The action taken by the user is returned by the function as an integer value.
    o   InPutBox
    • Syntax
    • InputBox(prompt,title,default,xpos, ypos, helpfile, context)
    • Description
    • Prompt: The message in the dialog box.
    • Title :The title-bar of the dialog box.
    • Default : String to be displayed in the text box on loading.
    • Xpos : The distance from the left side of the screen to the left side of the dialog.
    • Ypos : The distance from the top of the screen to the top of the dialog box.
    • Helpfile : The Help file to use if the user clicks the Help button on the dialog box.
    • Context : The context number to use within the Help file specified in helpfile.

    o   InputBox - demo
    • Example:
    o   YourName=InputBox("What's Your Name","Name Box", "MyName")
    o   MsgBox YourName
    o   MyAddress = InputBox("Enter your Address", , "Something", , , "help.hlp", 321321)
    o   MsgBox MyAddress

    • Example:
    o   Option Explicit
    o   Dim sPrompt, sTitle, sHelpFile, sRes
    o   Dim vDef
    o   Dim nYPos, nXPos, nContext
    o   sPrompt = "Where do you live?" : sTitle = "Personal Data"
    o   vDef = "INDIA"
    o   nXPos = 100 : nYPos = 100 : nContext = 1001
    o   sHelpFile = "C:\WINDOWS\system32\winhelp.hlp"
    o   sRes = InputBox(sPrompt, sTitle, vDef, nXPos, nYPos, sHelpFile, nContext)
    o   MsgBox sRes