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    Unhappy takes two string form user and show the concatenated string result in new dialog box

    Implement one gui myApplication project, which takes two string form user and show the concatenated
    string result in new dialog box.
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    Re: takes two string form user and show the concatenated string result in new dialog

    Search for multi line dialog in the Wiki. Or just display two editors, and get their contents on a menu command.

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    Re: takes two string form user and show the concatenated string result in new dialog

    somebody have a better solution that iinclude concatenation of two string ""
    Implement one gui myApplication project, which takes two string form user and show the concatenated
    string result in new dialog box.
    Swaraj

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    Re: takes two string form user and show the concatenated string result in new dialog

    Better? Consider using Append method of descriptors for concatenation.
    Programming sometimes involves writing code on your own.

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