displaying file name in the textbox

Onload VB form, I want to search for a file name in c:\temp, read only the name of the file (without extention) and display in the textbox of the form.

for example, file name = john.txt in c:\temp
In the textbox "JOHN" is displayed (in upper case) as soon as user opens the VB form.

Please help me code.
Vasi04Asked:
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bkthompson2112Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi Vasi04,

Try something like this.  It puts the first filename found in the textbox.

Private Sub Form_Load()
  Dim FileName As String
  FileName = Dir("C:\temp\*.*")
  If InStr(FileName, ".") > 0 Then
    Text1.Text = Left$(FileName, InStr(FileName, ".") - 1)
  Else
    Text1.Text = FileName
  End If
End Sub

bkt
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EDDYKTConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try this

Option Explicit

Private Sub Form_Load()
    FileAttribute "c:\temp"
End Sub
Public Sub FileAttribute(FileName)
    Dim fso
    Dim folder
    Dim f
    Dim Files
    Dim File
   
    On Error Resume Next
    If (Dir$(FileName & "\", vbDirectory) = "") Then Exit Sub
    Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set folder = fso.GetFolder(FileName)
   
    Set Files = folder.Files
    If Files.Count <> 0 Then
        For Each File In Files
            Set f = fso.GetFile(File)
            If (UCase(Right(f.Name, 4)) = ".TXT") Then
                List1.AddItem UCase(Left(f.Name, Len(f.Name) - 4))
            End If
            Set f = Nothing
        Next
    End If
End Sub
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Vasi04Author Commented:
Thanks both of you.
EDDYKT, are we assigning filename to text1.text
can I have this way:
text1.text = List1.AddItem UCase(Left(f.Name, Len(f.Name) - 4))

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TheClickMasterCommented:
text1.text = UCase(Left(f.Name, Len(f.Name) - 4))
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abithCommented:
hi

that should not be like this

text1.text=text1.text & vbcrlf & UCase(Left(f.Name, Len(f.Name) - 4))

and set the multiline property of text box to true then the file name will be added with the enter key.

Regards
Abith. K
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avi247Commented:

Like the above experts mentioned, Use

text1.text = text1.text & vbcrlf & UCase(Left(f.Name, Len(f.Name) - 4))

Set
Text1 Multiline property to True
Text1 Scrollbars property to Vertical or Both or Horizontal
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KarcOriginConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Try this also:

Option Explicit

Private Sub Form_Load()
    Text1.Text = SetFile("c:\temp", "john.txt")
End Sub

Private Function SetFile(ByVal DirName As String, ByVal SearchFilename As String) As String
    Dim fso As Object
    Dim folder As Object
    Dim files As Object
    Dim file As Object
    Dim f As Object
   
    Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set folder = fso.GetFolder(DirName)
    Set files = folder.files
    If files.Count <> 0 Then
        For Each file In files
            Set f = fso.GetFile(file)
            Debug.Print f.Name
            If (Trim(UCase(f.Name)) = UCase(SearchFilename)) Then
                SetFile = UCase(Mid(f.Name, 1, InStr(1, f.Name, ".") - 1))
                GoTo CleanExit
            End If
            Set f = Nothing
        Next
    End If
   
CleanExit:
   
    ' Deallocate the memory occupied by different objects
    If Not f Is Nothing Then Set f = Nothing
    If Not file Is Nothing Then Set file = Nothing
    If Not files Is Nothing Then Set files = Nothing
    If Not folder Is Nothing Then Set folder = Nothing
    If Not fso Is Nothing Then Set fso = Nothing

End Function

I have considered that you are searching for a file as you have mentioned in your question.
Thanks.
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sgayatriConnect With a Mentor Commented:

add project >> references >> microsoft scripting runtime

str1 = "Yourfilewithpath"

dim fso as new scripting.filesystemobject
text1.text = fso.getbasename(str1)

prints the filename without extension.

Simple as that.
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