Method TBrowse():setColumn() Foundation

Replaces a column (TBColumn object) in a TBrowse object.

:setColumn( <nColPos>, <oNewTBColumn> ) --> oOldTBColumn
<nColPos> is a numeric value indicating the position at which <oTBColumn> should be replaced.
<oNewTBColumn> is the TBColumn object used to replace another TBColumn object.

:setColumn() returns a reference to the TBColumn object that was replaced.


:setColumn() replaces an existing TBColumn object with a different one. A numeric value must be passed, which indicates the column object to replace. A reference to a TBColumn object must also be passed, and is the object used to replace the existing object. Since :setColumn() returns a reference to the replaced object, that object can be stored in a variable or array and used later with :addColumn() or :insColumn() on a valid TBrowse object. After calling :setColumn() the TBrowse object is reconfigured which causes the data source to be re-read and the browse window to be redisplayed during the next stabilization.


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