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    VB.NET If Statement

    It's been about a year and a half since I did some VB, and that was in 6. Now I decided to do a very small little proggy. I love the My and Me commands in .NET 2005.....

    iirc in VB6 writing for a button If.ListBox1.Text = "Pen" Then Formxyz.Show End If

    I've played around with that, then with the My and My commands for it, and got nowhere.

    Any ideas?

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    In VB6 which I haven't used for a few months now (ah, college uses such up to date software) my code would have looked like this:
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    If (ListBox1.Text = "Pen") Then
        Formxyz.Show
    End If
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt1eD
    It's been about a year and a half since I did some VB, and that was in 6. Now I decided to do a very small little proggy. I love the My and Me commands in .NET 2005.....

    iirc in VB6 writing for a button If.ListBox1.Text = "Pen" Then Formxyz.Show End If

    I've played around with that, then with the My and My commands for it, and got nowhere.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
    What exactly is your question/problem? Your "IF" statement looks fine to me as does Steve's code below.

    Are you simply wanting an example of how to use Me and My?

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    Sorry, Steve's worked.

    Was certain I'd tried that, oh well.

    This is put into me and my commands:

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    If Me.ListBox1.Text = "Hertfordshire" Then
                My.Forms.hertfordshire.Show()
            End If
    Thanks

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