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I wonder if you could help.

The event handler code below, will allow the user to change the phone number
and write it on a label of a message box. I want to replace the message box
with a dialog box.

Can anybody help me replace the message box below to a dialog box. In other
words. I want to write the new phone number on a label (named "labe1")of a
dialog box (named "dialog2),instead of writing the new phone number on the
label of a message box.

private: System::Void dialogBtnItem_Click(System::Object * sender,
System::EventArgs * e)

{

// Create the dialog

MyDialog* box = new MyDialog();
//Fill in the initial data

box->Phone = S"(650)123-3456)"; // <------ This is the phone number to be
changed

//Show dialog

if (box->ShowDialog() == DialogResult::OK)

{

MessageBox::Show(box->Phone); //<-----I tried to change this line
}

}
Apr 23 '07 #1
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In the future, please don't multi-post. If you want to post to multiple
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Robin S.
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"Allen Maki" <al*******@sbcglobal.netwrote in message
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>I wonder if you could help.

The event handler code below, will allow the user to change the phone
number and write it on a label of a message box. I want to replace the
message box with a dialog box.

Can anybody help me replace the message box below to a dialog box. In
other words. I want to write the new phone number on a label (named
"labe1")of a dialog box (named "dialog2),instead of writing the new phone
number on the label of a message box.

private: System::Void dialogBtnItem_Click(System::Object * sender,
System::EventArgs * e)

{

// Create the dialog

MyDialog* box = new MyDialog();
//Fill in the initial data

box->Phone = S"(650)123-3456)"; // <------ This is the phone number to be
changed

//Show dialog

if (box->ShowDialog() == DialogResult::OK)

{

MessageBox::Show(box->Phone); //<-----I tried to change this line
}

}


Apr 24 '07 #2

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