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DragonicDefson

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Hey I am new here And I need Some starting help
« on: October 05, 2016, 02:35:27 PM »
hey i am new here on this beautifull forum and software creation place, but i need some help with it!
i have a few questions! 1: what is the "FN" after some variables and what can it do? 2: what means "BID" and what can it do? 3: is there some type of code for the field wich checks the words entered in the field and store it to a database? srry for my bad english "I am just a 17 year old boy From the netherlands!"

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Re: Hey I am new here And I need Some starting help
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2016, 05:08:50 PM »
Hi DragonicDefson,

Welcome to our forums.

Regarding your questions:-

1) The characters 'FN' are added to some variables to indicate that they return a value from a user-defined function.

2) BID generally appears in the Help or Langauge Reference in regard to buttons.
    BID just means replace BID with the button number, either a number or a variable holding the number:-

    For instance - if your button is the third button on the card - then BID = 3

    so the command to change the third button's view might be ButtonSetView(3,1)

    You can see the button or other control number while selecting the button/control and looking on the Properties window.

3) Finding which words are entered into a field and then checking against database contents is quite advanced but there are
    demo projects to help. To do this you would need to understand how field events and database commands work.

 
Probably the easiest way to learn HyperNext is to look at this forum topic:
   http://www.tigabyte.com/smf/index.php?topic=316.0

The QuickStart pdf that comes with HyperNext teaches the basics of writing programs and running them:
  http://www.tigabyte.com/docs/QuickStart.pdf

Also the 'Gettting Started" section of the forum is a good place to start:
     http://www.tigabyte.com/smf/index.php?board=4.0

I hope this helps you

Malkom
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