|GUI ScreenIO for Windows|
This API lets you display a messagebox the hard way.
This always displays the messagebox on the client.
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Test these 88-level items to determine which button was pressed by the user. The values are obvious. Example:
Title of your messagebox.
Text that will be displayed in lines 1 through 4 of the messagebox.
Set the value to TRUE to specify which buttons will appear in your messagebox. The default is an OK button. Example:
SET MB-BTN-OKCANCEL TO TRUE.
Set the value to TRUE to specify which icon will appear in your messagebox. The default is the information (i) icon. Example:
SET MB-ICON-QUESTION TO TRUE.
Specifies which button is the default button; that is, the one that is selected if the user presses Enter. Set the desired value to TRUE:
SET MB-DEFAULT-BUTTON-IS-2 TO TRUE.
Specifies the modality of the messagebox. Modality is Microsoft's obtuse wording referring to the degree of control that the message box imposes on the underlying application windows, or other applications. A message box may disable the underlying windows, forcing the user to deal with the message box before other tasks can be resumed.
Set the desired value to TRUE.
The handle of the owner window; usually panel-HWND.
This argument is standard for all CALLs to GSWINAPI. It is used to select the desired API or function, and to return the status of the operation.
Used to return the status of a call to GSWINAPI. A value of zero is a failure, any other value indicates success.
Recommended usage is to test the 88-level value WIN32API to see if it worked, then to use the text error message to see why it failed.
* ------------------------: If function failed,
Error code that was returned by Windows. This is not generally useful unless you have the Windows Platform SDK documentation available to you.
Plain-text error message that describes why the operation failed.
The number of these present varies depending on how many arguments are used by the desired function. These are not used, but must be present because this CALL requires seven arguments.
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