Solved Copying files from Textbox in Visual Basic.NET

July 18, 2012 at 18:21:49
Specs: Windows XP, 2GHz/2.00 GB
I need explicit help with making a special feature in my windows application in Visual Basic.NET. What I want to have is that any user can open up the application, and then he'll have a textbox where he types in a location in the computer where a file or folder is located (that folder will be copied). Then, there is a second textbox where he enters his other destination file where he wants the file to be copied to. And then he hits a button to start. How would I go about making the button able to have an option of copying instead of the old way(My.Computer.FileSystem.Copy ("...") ("..."),true) {I want the "..." to be where the input of user will go to}.

please help, I'm in a rush. Thanks.

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July 19, 2012 at 11:15:04
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You always seem to be rushing. Maybe you need to just relax? Or not procrastinate on your coursework so much?

To answer your question, you can get at the entered value by calling the Text property of the TextBox.

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July 24, 2012 at 12:55:12
I was in a rush before since I needed it to be done already.

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