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Print #2, Tab(5); "Account Number"; Tab(33); "Amount"; Tab(41); "Agent"; Tab(47); "Reference"; Tab(58); "Date"; Tab(67); "Time"
here in the above statement what do we mean by tab(5),tab(33),.........that means how it prints the statement.Is the tab moves up to 67th position.
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sashi
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Hai this is krizen
My question is
Print #2, Tab(5); "Account Number"; Tab(33); "Amount"; Tab(41); "Agent"; Tab(47); "Reference"; Tab(58); "Date"; Tab(67); "Time"
here in the above statement what do we mean by tab(5),tab(33),.........that means how it prints the statement.Is the tab moves up to 67th position.
Hi there,

TAB function is used with the Print or PrintLine functions to position output, kindly attached to below link for further reading & understanding, hope it helps. Good luck & Take care.

VB TAB() Function
Nov 29 '06 #2

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