BBjInputN::setRestore

Description

Sets the restore value of the BBjInputN control.

Syntax

Return Value

Method

void

setRestore(float restore)

Parameters

Variable

Description

restore

Specifies the restore value.

Return Value

None.

Remarks

The restore value is the number that appears when the user hits the restore key (usually ESC) or by calling the BBjInputN::restore method.

Example

REM Set the restore value for an InputN control

REM Obtain the instance of the BBjAPI object
LET myAPI!=BBjAPI()

REM Open the SysGui device
SYSGUI=UNT
OPEN (SYSGUI) "X0"

REM Obtain the instance of the BBjSysGui object
LET mySysGui!=myAPI!.getSysGui()

REM Set addWindow param values
X=10
Y=10
WIDTH=200
HEIGHT=200
TITLE$="BBj Window"

REM Set the current context
mySysGui!.setContext(0)

REM Create a window
myWindow! = mySysGui!.addWindow(X,Y,WIDTH,HEIGHT,TITLE$)

REM Add an INPUTN control that limits input to 10 characters, and inserting
REM the value 1 when the user hits the restore key (normally ESCAPE)
myInputN! = myWindow!.addInputN(101,50,100,90,30,$0804$,"##,###,###.00",$$,1,0)

REM Set the restore value for an InputN control
myInputN!.setRestore(1)

REM Register the CALLBACK routines
CALLBACK(ON_CLOSE,APP_CLOSE,mySysGui!.getContext())

REM Process Events
PROCESS_EVENTS

REM Callback routine called when the user closes the application window
APP_CLOSE:
RELEASE
RETURN

See Also

BBjAPI

BBjSysGui

BBjControl

BBjWindow

See the BBj Object Diagram for an illustration of the relationship between BBj Objects.