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Hello, I want to use an InputBox in a C Sharp GUI. How can I do that?
Posted 6-Oct-10 22:15pm
Edited 6-Oct-10 23:15pm
Johnny J.128.1K
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shakil0304003 at 7-Oct-10 4:20am
   
What do you mean by inputbox, please explain?
Toli Cuturicu at 8-Oct-10 15:22pm
   
What's an InputBox?? There is no such control!
Johnny J. at 17-Oct-10 16:47pm
   
@Toli: You shouldn't make comments to something you clearly know nothing about...
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Solution 1

See here[^].
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@ shakil0304003: InputBox is a VB function that works sort of like a MessageBox, only that you get a textbox where you can enter something and retrieve it when the user clicks ok.

In my opinion, InputBox is a stupid function because you have no way of restricting the user input (you can validate it afterwards, but the user can write anything he wants in the box). Plus: It looks like sh*t...

Much better to simply do a form yourself with a label, a textbox and ok/cancel buttons. That way you can also design the box to match the look and fell of the rest of your application. It will only require a few more lines of code...

If you absolutely insist on using the InputBox function, I'm sure it still exists somewhere in the Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace.

[EDIT]Have a look at This[^][/EDIT]
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Solution 3

InputBox is totally removed from C# and actually it doesnt need that. Rather you can create it of your own if you like. Just create a form and add a textbox and use it as an InputBox.
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