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    VBScript Alert

    Dear all
    i using msgbox for this alert

    MsgBox "please enter your name", vbRetryCancel, "Alert...!"

    how do i get rib of a word VBscript when alert popup?

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    It's not removable.

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    Roy is 100% correct...

    Also, I would completely avoid using VBScript client-side, because it won't work with Netscape, Opera, Mozilla, etc...

    Only IE supports VBScript client-side.

    However you'll notice if you run that as a .vbs file on your local machine, it doesn't give you the "VBScript" title or whatnot.

    I only use VBScript in conjunction with ASP, server-side, or for parsing text files really easily on my LAN (LOCAL Area Network) using FileSystemObject. For that is IS really handy...

    Now that I'm learning .NET, I don't even use VB.NET with that, because the syntax, to be totally honest, really stinks - and it also still has some limitations, although it is (from what I hear about VB OOP) light-years better than the previous implementations.

    I much prefer the C++/Java type syntax of C# - it's also very similar to JavaScript, for obvious reasons.
    Last edited by whammy; 02-15-2003 at 01:35 AM.
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    Thanks for all your comments...


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