Akshat Kapoor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Mon, 7 Oct 2019 19:35:44 +0530
On 07/10/2019 19:24, Mervyn Bick wrote:
> On 2019-10-07 8:05 AM, Akshat Kapoor wrote:
>> Thank You for the explanation Mervyn,
>> Yes extracting what to do from Pushbutton properties is also possible
>> We can easily obtain which control has focus
>> if type('this.parent.activeControl') # 'U'
>> if this.parent.activeControl.Name == "CANCELPUSHBUTTON"
>> this.stopTrying := true
> It's actually easier than that. Store the value from the field
> push_action to a user-defined property of the pushbutton when it is
> cmd = [form.main]+temp+[.action = ']+
> cmd = [form.main]+temp+[.onclick = form.push_onclick]
> All the pushbuttons use the same onClick event handler but you don't
> need to know specifically which pushbutton has focus. In fact, if you
> set the pushbutton's speedbar property true, it won't get focus when
> "this" in the event handler is always the object which executed the
> event handler whether it gets focus or not. The event handler can,
> instead of having the action passed to it as a parameter, simply fetch
> it from the user-defined property of the appropriate pushbutton.
> function push_onClick()
> action = this.action
> form.result.text = action
is the best description.