Specifies or removes a filter condition for a work area.
Defines whether a fixed number of decimal places are used when
This command is not supported in Xbase++.
This command is not supported in Xbase++ (an emulation is provided in the example).
Sets the default hash algorithm.
Opens one or more index files in the current work area.
Determines whether highlight color is used for input with GET and PROMPT.
Associates a key with a procedure or function call.
Activates or deactivates lexical rules in the comparison of character
Sets the width of the left margin for printed output.
Specifies the screen row for @...PROMPT messages.
Enables/Disables NULL/NIL values for fields
Enables/Disables expression optimizer of database-kernel
Specifies the controlling index in the current work area or the work area specified.
Sets the password used for data encryption/decryption.
Specifies the list of directories to search when opening files.
Sends screen output to the printer.
Compiles procedures and functions into the current OBJ file.
Creates a relational link between two work areas.
Set the security method used to open or create files.
Enables/Disables Rushmore optimizer
Sets/clears scope values for logical or physical orders
Sets whether messages from READ and MemoEdit() are displayed.
Enables/Disables smart filtering.
Sets whether searches with the command SEEK will be "relative".
Sets the display format for the system time
Sets the size of the keyboard buffer (or more exactly: the event queue).
Sets whether an index may contain multiple records with the same key
Sets whether wrapping of the highlight occurs in menus.
Positions the record pointer relative to the current record.
Copies sorted records to a new file.
Executes an SQL statement
Declaration and initialization of STATIC variables.
Assigns a value to one or more variables.
Defines a structure or union
Calculates sums for numeric expressions in the current work area.
Declares a method which is synchronized across any number of threads
Displays, outputs or assigns literal text.
Sums data from numeric fields of a work area into a second file.
Displays the contents of a text file.
Releases file and or record locks.
Updates data in the current work area using data from another work area.
Updates one or more records in a table. END
Opens a database file and its accompanying files in a work area.
Declaration of instance variables (member variables of instances of a class).
Waits for a keystroke or until a character appears in the keyboard
Deletes all records in the current work area or in the work area specified with the IN clause