SP_SLS_QUERY

SLS_QUERY()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_QUERY() Sets SuperLib global query string

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_QUERY([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_QUERY([cNew])          Query string                ''
                            set by QUERY()

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 THIS IS MAINLY FOR INTERNAL USE BY SUPERLIB

 Examples

  SLS_QUERY({||"R"$lname})

 When using SLS_QUERY(), be sure to reset it to ""
 when changing DBFs.

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_PRNC

SLS_PRNC()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_PRNC() A Superlib printer setting function

 Returns
 <lSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_PRNC([lNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_PRNC([lNew])           Check printer ready         .T.
                            (set to .f. on
                            a network)
 [lNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [lNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.


 Examples

  SLS_PRNC(.f.)        //  DO NOT DO A HARDWARE PRINTER READY CHECK

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_PRN

SLS_PRN()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_PRN() A Superlib printer setting function

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_PRN([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_PRN([cNew])            Default printer             'LPT1'

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 Examples

  SLS_PRN("LPT2")
  SET PRINTER TO (SLS_PRN())

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_POPMENU

SLS_POPMENU()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_POPMENU() A Superlib color setting function

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_POPMENU([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_POPMENU([cNew])        Popup MENU color            'N/W,W/N,,,+W/N'

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 Examples

  SETCOLOR(sls_POPMENU()  )        // use to setcolor()

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_POPCOL

SLS_POPCOL()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_POPCOL() A Superlib color setting function

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_POPCOL([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_POPCOL([cNew])         Popup screen output         'N/W,+W/N,,,W/N'

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 Examples

  SETCOLOR(sls_POPCOL()  )        // use to setcolor()

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_NORMMENU

SLS_NORMMENU()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_NORMMENU() A Superlib color setting function

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_NORMMENU([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_NORMMENU([cNew])       Normal MENU color           'W/N,N/W,,,+W/N'

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 Examples

  SETCOLOR(sls_NORMMENU()  )        // use to setcolor()

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG

 

SP_SLS_NORMCOL

()

  Short:
  ------
 SLS_NORMCOL() A Superlib color setting function

 Returns
 <cSetting> => Current value of the setting

 Syntax
 SLS_NORMCOL([cNew])

 Function                   Setting                     Default
 --------------------------------------------------------------
 SLS_NORMCOL([cNew])        Normal screen output        'W/N,N/W,,,+W/N'

 [cNew] sets the setting to a new setting
 If [cNew] is passed, the setting is changed and the
 new setting is returned.

 Examples

  SETCOLOR(sls_normcol()  )        // use to setcolor()

 Notes:

 Source: S_GLOBAL.PRG