Class XbpPushButton() Foundation
Class function of the XbpPushButton class.
The XbpPushbutton class provides the pushbutton dialog element. This dialog element causes an action after the button is clicked with the mouse. The action to be performed is defined in a callback code block assigned to the :activate callback slot or is implemented in the :activate() method of a user defined subclass derived from the XbpPushButton class. For more information on the mechanics of callback methods and callback slots see the section "Basics of Xbase Parts" in the chapter "User interface and dialog concepts" in the Xbase++ documentation.
A pushbutton is a rectangular area on the screen where a character string or bitmap can be displayed. Both text and bitmaps appearing on the face of pushbuttons are referred to as pushbutton captions in Xbase++. Since the caption is part of the system resources of the pushbutton, it must be defined before the :create() method is executed.
The instance variables in this group configure system resources. If changes are made to these values, they must either be made before the :create() method is executed or the :configure() method must be used to activate the changes.
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