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hi there...

how to set text in textbox automatically?

for example:

if textbox1.text = "shutdown" then
textbox2.text = "ok shutting down"
end if

but even though shutdown is indicated in tectbox1.text, textbox2.text does'nt indicate the phrase "ok shutting down"

here is my code:

Private Sub shutdown()
       If receiveRT.Text = "Shutdown" Or "shutdown" Then
           SendRT.Text = "Shutting Down" 
end if
           If SendRT.Text = "Shutting Down" Then
               With srPort
                   .Write("AT+CMGF=1" & vbCrLf)
                   .Write("AT+CMGS=" & Chr(34) & CNtbox.Text & Chr(34) & vbCrLf)
                   .Write(SendRT.Text & Chr(26))
                   MsgBox("Message sent")
               End With
           End If
       End If
   End Sub
Posted 1-May-13 20:28pm
Updated 1-May-13 21:17pm
hemantrautela 2-May-13 3:44am
& what is the problem..???
as you told "how to set text in textbox automatically?"
you done by --- textbox2.text = "ok shutting down"---

On which event you call shutdown()
Member 10021148 2-May-13 4:10am
sir hematrautela, the problem is SendRT.text does'nt show the word shutting down

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Solution 1

By setting it!
In your sample, you do not set the text property, you just test it for a specific value:
If receiveRT.Text = "Shutdown" Or "shutdown" Then
    If SendRT.Text = "Shutting Down" Then

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