28 Sep FoxPro for MS-DOS / Windows – Basic Commands FoxPro is SEMI-RDBMS. 5 Apr Foxpro for MS-DOS – Basic FoxPro Commands In FoxPro, first four characters of any command is enough to execute. For e.g.: crea ==>. 19 Nov Check the resource FoxPro Programming and FoxPro Commands. Hope this helps. You need to be more specific. If u dont understand the.

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As you want to put in a total: Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. I agree to my information being processed by TechTarget and its Partners to contact me via phone, email, or other means regarding information relevant to my professional interests. It’s the debug window which actually behaves commansd much like today’s watch window.

The Tek-Tips staff commanrs check this out and take appropriate action. Here are two sample code lines and their success status: I am now choosing to close this thread. EOF is after the last record, not at the last record, and even BOF does not mean you are at a record, an empty table has no record, but still is a file, in that case you are both at BOF and EOF at the same time, because the EOF mark is right after the dbf header.

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I look forward to your responses. We’ll email you when relevant content is added and updated. Size is not the issue. You should differentiate these 2 types with a ‘Prefix’. Share this item with your network: It’s no wonder all other replaces work in that case, but not the last one. If you eg want to put a total into a report, then do so in a group or report footer and not in the table. I have learned a great commabds from you all.

Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. I don’t think Fox 2. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.

Personally I always store everything to memory variables then transfer it foxprro the table s with an append blank followed by the replaces.

Foxpro will, by default, give preference to the table field of the same name. The EOF scenario isn’t the issue since other fields in the emailtbl table are populating just fine.

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You may need to change the code to: This raises the question of is nTotNetAm a value in comands currently selected table? Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Close this window and log in. It would error otherwise. Alternatively one of many equally valid alternatives memory variables are referenced with one fospro more characters as a “Prefix’ indicating to the developer as a reminder what the data type might be. Please try again later.


Also add your memory variables so you can see what’s going on in them. I don’t have the specs for FP that far back, but I do know that dBase for DOS as recent as version 5 forced you to be in the table’s work area that you were updating. Typically that ‘Prefix’ is the Alias of the table for referencing the table field And the ‘Prefix’ would be the letter ‘m’ for a memory variable.

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If you actually set focus to the emailtbl using the mouse or whatever, the record pointer will no longer be clmmands EOF. Olaf, your comment as to showing some code was right-on. What is a Tag? By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail.

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It can be helpful in some cases. They can be initialized as one type and, while I highly DO NOT recommend it, they can be populated with a different variable type later.

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