Function TBrowseDb() Foundation
Generates an object of the TBrowse class including navigation code blocks.
This function is deprecated.
TBrowseDb( [<nTop>] , ; [<nLeft>] , ; [<nBottom>], ; [<nRight>] ) --> oTBrowse
The return value of TBrowseDb() is a new TBrowse object with three default navigation code blocks.
The function TBrowseDb() creates an object of the TBrowse class which includes three code blocks for navigating a data file (DBF file). The code blocks are assigned to the instance variables :goTopBlock, :goBottomBlock and :skipBlock. They execute the file operations GO TOP, GO BOTTOM and SKIP (see example).
TBrowseDb() creates a TBrowse object with default behavior for displaying fields in the current work area and allows navigation of the data record pointer using the cursor keys. The TBrowse object displays data from the file. TBColumn objects must be attached to the TBrowse object to manage the data of each single field (column) in the work area.
More information can be found with the class TBrowse.
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