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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 7, 1997

Printing Problems

Here is a tip to help with missing or mispositioned text. This failing code works fine with VB3:

 
Cls
Print Spc(10); "Enter Your Name";
currentx = 0
currenty = currenty + 1
Print Spc(10); "Enter Your Name";




The messages will be far to the right in VB4. Check the last semicolon in the first Print line to correct this. To show this, precede each Print statement with "debug":

 
Debug.Print Spc(10); "Enter Your Name"

CurrentX = 0
CurrentY = CurrentY + 1
Debug.Print Spc(10); "Enter Your Name";




or change the statement to:

 
Print Space$(10); "Enter Your Name";



David Ferber
 
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