Determines how GET input ends when the last position in the edit buffer is filled.
Turns off or reactivates screen display.
Turns screen cursor on or off.
Defines the date format for input and output.
Defines the number of decimal places used in the display of numbers.
Specifies the default drive and path for an Xbase++ application.
Sets whether records with deletion flags will be visible.
Sets the delimiting characters for GET entry fields and/or whether they
Specifies the output device for output performed using @...SAY.
Determines how date values without century digits will be interpreted.
Activates or deactivates the Esc key as an exit key for READ.
Sets whether comparison of character strings will be exact.
Determines whether files are opened as SHARED or EXCLUSIVE by default.
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).