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BOOK: VBScript Programmer's Reference, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions
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Presently, I am using Visual BASIC Script as a Stand-Along Computer Programming Language; because, my Non-Internet Programming Computer System can't handle the Visual BASIC 2005 Express IDE Application.

Currently, my Visual BASIC Script programs are primarily a series of Input Boxes and Message Boxes; because, I don't know any Y2K Non-Website Computer Graphics Programming Languages; or, Visual BASIC Script Non-Website Computer Graphics syntaxes.

Presently, all of my Programs continue to RUN whether I Click-On the Windows [X] Button, the [Okay] Button; or, the [Cancel] Button.

VBScript Third Edition has on Page 683 a listing of "MsgBox Constants", their values, and their descriptions. None of them mention the Windows [X] Button.

The issue that I am having is that I don't know how to END a Program using Visual BASIC Script with a Click-On on the Windows [X] Button and the [Cancel] Button; while, with a Click-On the [Okay] Button would continue to RUN the Program.

?Would someone help me, please?

Last edited by Tandy1000SL GW-BASIC; June 3rd, 2009 at 06:56 PM. Reason: better clarification of Computer Graphics Programming
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