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Tech Tip: Compiling a Database with "PV ON EVENT"
PRODUCT: 4D View | VERSION: 6.8 | PLATFORM: Mac & Win
Published On: August 9, 2002
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"PV ON EVENT" is a 4D View command is used to link a method to a 4D View event.

PV ON EVENT (area; event; method)

Every time the event occurs, the method is called. The called method receives 6 Longint parameters and returns a Boolean in $0:



$1: The 4D View area reference
$2: The event
$3: Key modification code
$4: The column number (*)
$5: The row number (**)
$6: Ascii code of the key (if the event is a click, a right click or a double click, $6 is set to 0)

If you plan to compile your database, you must remember to declare all variables including $0 as a Boolean, otherwise you'll get unexpected runtime errors.


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