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Posted on 2001-06-17
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Just how can I print into prompt ?
I mean something like printf() in C.

I need it urgently...
Thanks
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Question by:Maximka2000
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by:wpsjr1
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Debug.Print myvar or Debug.Print "foo"
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by:Maximka2000
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this is not right , it prints strings in Imidiate window, but I need it in prompt ( exactly like printf)
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JonFish85 earned 40 total points
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"Writing console-mode applications in visual basic"
http://www.vbworld.com/articles/console/

try that
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by:hendrik999
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Just work with the MsgBox to get important info on your screen.
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by:stefanx
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How about Form1.Print "Hello World" ?
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by:netster403
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here is a document that explains how to interact with a dos window... is this what you wanted?

http://web.missouri.edu/~finaidtk/supshell.htm
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netster403, since you appear to be new here, I figure you should know that most experts choose to comment rather than proposing as an answer which locks the question and moved it from the main section of questions.
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by:Maximka2000
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I didn't think that it is so hard to printf() in VB , but it seems to me the only one way to built Console App in VB.
Thank You very much JonFish85!
Max.
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