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 From: John Discallar
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 John Discallar
 To: Pete Sass
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Subject: RE: VARREAD() in VB?
Thread ID: 22136 Message ID: 22267 # Views: 18 # Ratings: 0
Version: Not Applicable Category: Visual Basic
Date: Monday, April 14, 2003 8:02:17 AM         
   


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> > What's its VB Counterpart??
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> > Foxpro Child
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> HI,
> In VFP 7.0 and 8.0 Varread() only states for backward compatibility.
> I cannot find out what the varread() does in VFP to see if there
> is something similar in VB.
>
> Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...

Some of my "update" method uses macro for example i have variable field named "vname" & field name "name"
all of my variables related to upting are named with "v" , so that i could only do 1 specific functions & pass the
VARREAD() function, which means it will pass the variable name of the current field and automatically update
the field.

Foxpro Child
On Error Goto Hell


COMPLETE THREAD

VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Caij Gomez @ 4/10/2003 9:24:46 AM
RE: VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Pete Sass @ 4/13/2003 6:44:07 AM
RE: VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Caij Gomez @ 4/14/2003 8:02:17 AM
RE: VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Simon Arnold @ 4/16/2003 9:02:13 AM
RE: VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Caij Gomez @ 4/20/2003 10:03:37 AM
RE: VARREAD() in VB? Posted by Simon Arnold @ 4/20/2003 5:13:06 PM
RE: VARREAD() in VB - Big Thanks! Posted by Caij Gomez @ 4/21/2003 7:27:44 AM