||Re: public variable getting lost
Ken Mayer <email@example.com>
||Sun, 22 Apr 2018 21:19:55 -0700
On 4/22/2018 8:03 PM, ed furche wrote:
> I have a public variable CLKHOURS. i can look at it after I declare it, when I first open the app. It has a zero just as i Initialized it.
> When I proceed to the next WFM, where I use it to accumulate a quantity, and then look at it, is is blank.
> Example: from the command window I enter ?CLKHOURS. I has no value...
> Obviously, the reason I am concerned, is that the number I stored in it, is not put into the DBF record...
> I am using dBase 9 because dBase 11 doesnt play well with Crystal.
First off, don't use public variables. Instead, if this is something you
need available across the application:
_app.ClkHours = 0
Public variables are problematic, because you can easily accidentally
overwrite them, and so on.
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