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Posted on 2003-11-10
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Hi, I want to know how to do this: I write for example, "1+1" in a textbox, and when I press a button, the text turns into 2. And just like that, if I write "3+3" it says 6, if I write "6*2" it says 12... is there any way of doing that? Thanks!
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easiest way is to use ms script control (under project/references) then do:

Dim scr As New MSScriptControl.ScriptControl
scr.Language = "VBScript"
MsgBox scr.Eval(Text1.Text)
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by:HyMaX
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Perfect, thanks!
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