Name: [771] David Fung
Member: 111 months
Authored: 3 videos
Description: A programmer who enjoys programming. ...

Visual FoxPro [ID:068]

a series of video-tutorials by David Fung

Showing how to use an object to pass parameters to a form.

Video Tutorials

1. Passing a parameter object to a form in Visual FoxPro

We can pass info to and retrieve info from a form like this: DO FORM WITH arg1,arg2 TO result which is similar to calling a function: result = FORM(arg1,arg2) When I am developing a form, I often need to change the number of input and output arguments, which means I need to constantly adjust the form calling interface. By using a parameter object as an input/output mecha [...]

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