So if he's any good at his job he has taught you all you need to know to solve the problem you have been given. Maybe you need to read through your notes again, to refresh your memory of the bits you have been studying. As my mentor 'Big John' was fond of repeating ad nauseam: "practice, practice, practice".
You can't eat your cake and have it too. Think about it: if you are not somehow saving each value that is input (i.e., you are reusing number each time), how could you expect to display those after the while() loop ends?
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Msg.Fomrat("This is a long first line to display here to make my point\nThis is a long Second line to display here to make my point");
This is a long first line to display here to make my
This is a long Second line to display here to make my
Can I resize the box to make the first and second line fit without breaking them?
That was just a rough snippet, but how can I avoid the wrap when it does get to 128 characters? Is there a different method that I would be able to display a line of > 128 chars, doesn't have to be a MessageBox function.
Thanks, it helps that I already have this done, but I wasn't too sure if there was a way to control the size of the Message Box by setting something that I didn't know of. But, I am assuming the answer is NO.
As we used to tell our users "Working as coded". AfxMessageBox is a wrapper for the Win32 MessageBox() function, whose job is to provide a simple dialog with a message and a couple of buttons. The box will resize itself to a certain extent based on the message to display, but its purpose is merely to display the information, and not to provide parameterisation: that function is provide by Dialog boxes q.v.
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