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How to set up a text box which will only allow positive numbers, Using VB

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I need to set up a text box in Visual Basic which will only allow positive numbers and will produce an error message if 1 - A negative number is entered, 2 - something not numeric is entered and 3 - nothing is entered.
Any help will be much appreciated.
Nov 7 '10 #1
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Guido Geurs
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  1. Private Sub Command1_Click()
  2.    If Text1 = "" Then
  3.       MsgBox "Enter a number"
  4.       Exit Sub
  5.    End If
  6.    If Not IsNumeric(Text1) Then
  7.       MsgBox "Enter a NUMBER"
  8.       Exit Sub
  9.    End If
  10.    If Left(Text1, 1) = "-" Then
  11.       MsgBox "enter a POS number"
  12.       Exit Sub
  13.    End If
  14. End Sub
Nov 7 '10 #2

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If IsNumeric(Text1, intA) true then
If intA > 0 then
MsgBox("Please insert a number greater than 0")
MsgBox("Please insert a number")
Nov 8 '10 #3

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