So friends Today you're gonna learn how to make easy Dialog Boxes in Windows easily in a single line of text.
Step 1: What Is a Dialog Box ?
VBScript allows the developers to interact with the user effectively. It can be a message box to display a message to a user or an input box with which user can enter the values.
VBScript MsgBox Function
The MsgBox function displays a message box and waits for the user to click a button and then an action is performed based on the button clicked by the user.
Step 2: Syntax-(How to Make It)
First of all open Notepad
x=msgbox("DETAILS YOU WANT TO ADD TO YOUR BOX",TYPE OF BOX,"TITLE")
So lets checks details on each,
-At first you have to write as it is until first " mark.
-Now write what you want to write inside the dialog box.
-The type of box you want to make. It actually contains numbers which determine the type of box you want to make.
-And at last is the title of your dialog box.
So to make a basic box write 6+16 between commas,
x=msgbox("DETAILS YOU WANT TO ADD TO YOUR BOX",6+16,"TITLE")
For a critical exclamation mark box write 16+32
x=msgbox("DETAILS YOU WANT TO ADD TO YOUR BOX",16+32,"TITLE")
For a help or question mark box write 16+16
x=msgbox("DETAILS YOU WANT TO ADD TO YOUR BOX",16+16,"TITLE")
After you are done save the file with a name and at the end write .vbs and choose all files.
EG : filename.vbs
Step 3: Example
You can also create several boxes in a row as in the example.
I have included everything in the example so don't forget to check that.
x=msgbox("If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours.",6+16,"Quote 1")
x=msgbox("In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher.",16+16,"Quote 2")
x=msgbox("The best mirror is an old friend.",16+32,"Quote 3")
Save it as Quote.vbs
And there you go.