||Re: FIELD DISPLAY
Andy Taylor <email@example.com>
||Fri, 14 Jul 2017 08:54:13 -0400
I like the lateral thinking behind this form!
Yet another way that dBASE can do what you want; although we are bending the rules and avoiding
the designer. Bruce uses a calculated character field based on your logical field to get round the problem
that there isn't a character datalink available. However, because the IDE does not cope well with calculated
fields the programming is more complex.
> On 13/07/2017 09:17, Mustansir Ghor wrote:
> > I have a logical field SEX which is displaying as entryfield shown below
> > How can I modify this to display MALE or FEMALE
> The code below uses beforegetvalue and canChange on a calculated field
> to achieve this.
> Note that the calculated field is set up in the overriding
> open/readmodal handlers. This is because the form designer cannot
> cope with creating calc fields in the constructor code and will delete
> any such code if you open the form in the designer.
> Bruce Beacham