n = Pm.MessageBox(sTitle, sText, nStyle)
|sTitle||(String) String displayed in the message box title|
|sText||(String) Text that is displayed in the message box. If the text has to be made out of more lines, then the vbCr, vbLf or vbCrLf constants can be used as separators.|
|nStyle||[optional] (Long) Bit attributes definig window type and content. |
It is possible to enter the following styles or their combinations as a sum:
&H0 (default) - Display only the OK button
&H1 - Display the OK and Cancel buttons
&H2 - Display the ABORT, RETRY and IGNORE buttons
&H3 - Display the YES, NO and Cancel buttons
&H4 - Display the YES and NO buttons
&H5 - Display the RETRY and Cancel buttons
&H10 - Display the "Critical Message" icon
&H20 - Display the "Warning Query" icon
&H30 - Display the "Warning Message" icon
&H40 - Display the "Information Message" icon
&H0 - The first button is the default
&H100 - The second button is the default
&H200 - The third button is the default
&H300 - The fourth button is the default
&H0 - Application modal mode. If the user wants to continue in the current application activities, then he must respond to the message box.
&H10000 - System modal mode. All applications are suspended until the user responds to the message box.
&H10000000 - The window will be "Always on top" over normal windows.
var sText = "I must do at home:";
sText += "\n 1) Wash the dishes";
sText += "\n 2) Clean up";
if (1 == Pm.MessageBox("Title", sText, 0x10000000))
//If the OK button has been pressed...