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Hi, What can i use to have a space between txtbox1 amd txtbox2:
I mean Look:
in this code here
MsgBox("Student " & txtName.Text & txtLastName.Text + "are great at marks")
It displays: StudentJohnDwight are great at marks

How can I do to shows like that: Student john Dwight are great at marks?
Posted 2-Jan-13 2:20am
San Dra391
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Solution 1

Use this
MsgBox("Student " & txtName.Text & " "& txtLastName.Text &" are great at marks")
And BTW, your code does not work.. You are using + operator for concatening
Aarti Meswania at 2-Jan-13 7:32am
5+ :)
aspnet_regiis -i at 2-Jan-13 7:44am
Thank you Aarti... :)
Aarti Meswania at 2-Jan-13 7:45am
Welcome! :)
San Dra at 2-Jan-13 9:01am
I tried but id doesn't work even without +...they still without space
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Solution 2

As an alternative, you may use the String.Format[^] method:
  Dim msg As String
  msg = String.Format("Student {0} {1} are great at marks", txtName.Text, txtLastName.Text)
aspnet_regiis -i at 2-Jan-13 7:45am
I would recommend this alternative, since it uses String.Format +5
Aarti Meswania at 2-Jan-13 7:45am
5+ :)

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