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[Solved]Save Data From Input

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi guys,

how can i save data from inputbox to "RAM" and after user click on "Button" the data send to the button function!

it's meant (Something like that) : 

Func savedata()
;in inputbox i type : Hello 
;after i submit on button
;then the data send to msgbox like that : 
msgbox(64,"test","the data from input box is : "& ;data from inputbox)
EndFunc

thanks

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awnser : 

Func test1()
MsgBox(0, "Input1", GUICtrlRead($inputbox))
EndFunc

 

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

If it is your inputbox then try guictrlread ...

i was use that but just return number 20 !!

Func test1()

If GUICtrlRead($inputbox) Then
msgbox(64,"test","the data from input box is : "& $inputbox)
EndIf

EndFunc

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Post Number 1 Was Edited.

Edited by zxtnt09
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You use GUICtrlRead to get the contents of the control, the variable $inputbox here is just the control ID.

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You use GUICtrlRead to get the contents of the control, the variable $inputbox here is just the control ID.

Yes my dear,

Thanks for add more useful info :wub:

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