Questions about development only. No installation or hardware specific questions, please. Your first step in requesting assistance should be to identify the version of FoxPro you are using. I can write short functions but, PLEASE do not ask me to write programs for you.
Nearly 30 years professional programming experience using FoxPro (FoxBase through VFP 9) or other xbase language, primarily in Windows environments.
Completed a 1,000 hour diploma course in programming at International Academy of Ohio (subsequently merged with Southern Ohio College).
|Debbie||09/23/15||10||10||10||Thank you for your comments and suggestions .....|
|Girish Sharma||09/21/15||10||10||10||Thanks for your reply. I added deletion .....|
|Dave||08/13/15||10||10||10||Thanks Fred - your answer prompted me .....|
|David||06/17/15||10||10||10||Hi Fred - hope you get to .....|
|David||04/07/15||10||10||10||Hi Fred Thanks for the extra info .....|
Good afternoon, Debbie, I'll start by way of an apology, my expertise is in coding, not environments, so the short answer is I don't know. But... IF it's possible, it suspect it will have something
Sir: First - you apparently missed the part in the instructions which asked for the version of FoxPro you are using. As a result, my answer has to be generic enough that it won't matter. As
HI Dave, Sorry for the delay. With the limited information available, I'm guessing that the starting location in the dropdown is determined by the current location of the record pointer. So, my best
Hi, Ken I'll start with the easy version of the bad news. I don't know. That being said, I can try a guess, but it is just a guess, so no guarantees. The generation of "MonthN" and "MonthC"
Dave, I assume you posted this follow-up before you figured out to put the code in the LOSTFOCUS method. The code sample I gave you in the comment after your rating did not take into account the