||Re: Delete (all) in a form
Andy Taylor <email@example.com>
||Thu, 16 Aug 2018 03:56:41 -0400
That may be the convention but it really gets my goat. :-)
If I'm reading a reply I want to see that reply first rather than having to wade through stuff that I've already read before.
(now dismounting from his soapbox and hoping he's not offended Akshat)
> On 13/08/2018 23:57, Charlie wrote:
> > OK got it. Sorry I missed that. Thanks very much!
> > Ken Mayer Wrote:
> >> On 8/13/2018 7:51 AM, Charlie wrote:
> >>> Hi Akshat... OK that makes sense. Sorry I'm at work and missed that part. That absolutely makes sense. I am so happy!! I still don't know why the emptytable() didn't work but will fool with that another day if this works.
> >> I explained in two different posts on this thread why emptyTable()
> >> didn't work ... you need to read everything.
> >> Ken
> >> --
> >> *Ken Mayer*
> >> Ken's dBASE Page: http://www.goldenstag.net/dbase
> >> The dUFLP: http://www.goldenstag.net/dbase/index.htm#duflp
> >> dBASE Books: http://www.goldenstag.net/dbase/Books/dBASEBooks.htm
> >> dBASE Tutorial: http://www.goldenstag.net/dbase/Tutorial/00_Preface.htm
> The Convention generally adopted is to write one's reply at the bottom
> of the report after deleting the unnecessary portions.
> Going by this convention I should have deleted Ken's signature block.
> If a code is corrected then the corrected lines are placed in between
> the code.
> It seems you are using browser to go through the posts. Try a news
> reader. They are much more convenient to track in terms of read and
> unread messages.
> Have a look at the display format in Thunderbird news reader in the
> attached screenshot.