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 From: Dale Dedoroy
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 Dale Dedoroy
Subject: Where in the world is "WriteMethod"?
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Date: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 8:33:48 PM         

Hi All,
WriteMethod is, of course, a method that applies to, if I'm not mistaken, all VFP control objects. According to MSDN, it...

Writes the specified text to the specified method. Available at design time only.


Control.WriteMethod(MethodName, MethodText)



Specifies the name of the method to write the specified text to.


Specifies the text to write to the specified method to.


This method will only set the method text for existing methods. If the object does not contain the method specified, Visual FoxPro generates an error.

My problem is, I cannot find this method in the Properties box -- folks, don't you think "Properties" is a misnomer? I think "Attributes" box is more sound, but that's another story. Where the hell is "WriteMethod"? Is it only accessible through hardcode?



Where in the world is "WriteMethod"? Posted by Dale Dedoroy @ 6/12/2001 8:33:48 PM
RE: Where in the world is "WriteMethod"? Posted by Grigore Dolghin @ 6/13/2001 2:44:22 AM
RE: Where in the world is "WriteMethod"? Posted by Eric den Doop @ 6/13/2001 3:34:20 AM
RE: Where in the world is "WriteMethod"? Posted by Dale Dedoroy @ 6/13/2001 4:36:03 AM