Visual Basic Coding Help

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Visual Basic Coding Help

Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 16:03

Is anyone here very familiar with Visual Basic? I've only been using it for about 4 or 5 months (I take a course in school). I know DC++ has a feature where if you press the X in the upper right corner it asks if you are sure you want to exit. I'm wondering if anyone here knows how to add a feature like that to a Visual Basic program. I'm using Visual Basic 6.0 if that matters. My teacher wasn't sure how to do it, she had a few ideas. The best I could do with her help was get a message box promt to come up, but both yes and no still would exit the program.

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Post by ullner » 2005-01-12 16:29

Dug up one of my old VB projects. Not 100 % sure it will work, but you can try.

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Private Sub Form_QueryUnload(Cancel As Integer, UnloadMode As Integer)
    Dim iYesno As Integer
    iYesno = MsgBox("Sure you would like to close?", vbYesNo Or vbDefaultButton2, "Close?")
        If iYesno = vbYes Then
            Cancel = 0
            Unload Me
        ElseIf iYesno = vbNo Then
            Cancel = 1
        End If
End Sub



Damn Guitarm... :P
Last edited by ullner on 2005-01-12 16:53, edited 2 times in total.

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 16:44

Oh, invisible code?, nice concept :)
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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 16:51

ullner wrote:Dug up one of my old VB projects. Not 100 % sure it will work, but you can try.

Guitarm said he couldn't see the code, so here it comes without the code tag.


Private Sub Form_QueryUnload(Cancel As Integer, UnloadMode As Integer)
Dim iYesno As Integer
iYesno = MsgBox("Sure you would like to close?", vbYesNo Or vbDefaultButton2, "Close?")
If iYesno = vbYes Then
Cancel = 0
Unload Me
ElseIf iYesno = vbNo Then
Cancel = 1
End If
End Sub


Awesome, thanks a lot! Just what I wanted it to do. :)

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 16:54

Obviously my IE is......different, I can see the code with FF........
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Post by ullner » 2005-01-12 16:54

Great. :)
Of course I'd like to get credit, but tell your teacher that you did it. ;)

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 16:58

You little......you.......I'm old but I'm not blind - OK? :)
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Post by ullner » 2005-01-12 17:01

Ah, pipe it you fat, bald, old man. ;)

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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 17:03

ullner wrote:Great. :)
Of course I'd like to get credit, but tell your teacher that you did it. ;)


I'll tell her that I had some help. :D I could put a comment in my code thanking you.

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Post by ullner » 2005-01-12 17:04

Hehe. You don't have to. ;)

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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 17:04

I was looking at it through firefox and the code showed up perfectly (I saw it before you edited it to take out the code display).

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 17:04

Also tell her that If she needs a fat, blind old guy for a husband I'm here to help out :?
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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 17:06

Guitarm wrote:Also tell her that If she needs a fat, blind old guy for a husband I'm here to help out :?


I don't think you want to live in Wisconsin...

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 17:11

Well, Wisconsin is probably a party compared to where I live now, trust me
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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 17:12

Where do you live? (By the way right now its 35 degrees F and its raining and there is six inches of snow on the ground. Not that great of weather.)

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Post by Guitarm » 2005-01-12 17:13

Small town in Sweden, cold, icey, rainy. Ok, I'll stay here and you'll tell that nice teacher of yours she'll have to find someone else............
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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2005-01-12 17:15

Guitarm wrote:Small town in Sweden, cold, icey, rainy. Ok, I'll stay here and you'll tell that nice teacher of yours she'll have to find someone else............


:lol:

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