ComboBox X, Y, DX, DY, StrArray$( ), .Field$[, Options]
Group: User Dialog
Define a combobox item. Combo boxes combine the functionality of an edit box and a list box.
X This number value is the distance from the left edge of the dialog box. It is measured in 1/8 ths of the average character width for the dialog's font.
Y This number value is the distance from the top edge of the dialog box. It is measured in 1/12 ths of the character height for the dialog's font.
DX This number value is the width. It is measured in 1/8 ths of the average character width for the dialog's font.
DY This number value is the height. It is measured in 1/12 ths of the character height for the dialog's font.
StrArray$( ) This one-dimensional array of strings establishes the list of choices. All the non-null elements of the array are used.
Field$ The value of the combo box is accessed via this field. This is the text in the edit box.
Options This numeric value controls the type of combo box. Choose one value from following table. (If this numeric value omitted then zero is used.)
List is not sorted.
List is sorted.
See Also: Begin Dialog, Dim As UserDialog.
combos$(0) = "Combo 0"
combos$(1) = "Combo 1"
combos$(2) = "Combo 2"
combos$(3) = "Combo 3"
Begin Dialog UserDialog 200,120
Text 10,10,180,15,"Please push the OK button"
Dim dlg As UserDialog
dlg.combo$ = "none"
Dialog dlg ' show dialog (wait for ok)