SP Popup Functions

 TAGMARRAY()    Tag elements in muti-dimensioned array
 STAGFIELDS()   Tag fields
 UNBOX()        Removes a box created by makebox()
 SPOPORDER()    Popup allows user to change viewing (index) order
 SPOPSEEK()     Popup seek based on present index keys
 VIEWMEMOS()    Popup viewing (non-edit mode) of memos
 VERTVIEW()     Pops up a vertical view of the current record
 TAGARRAY()     Tag selected elements of an array
 SGETMANY()     Virtual (scrolling) gets in a popup box
 AMSG()         Pop up message box for an array of messages
 POPUPDIR()     Popup of a given directory for file selection
 POPREAD()      Pops up a box with 1-5 say-get combinations
 POPVDATE()     Pops up a picklist of virtual dates
 POPEX()        Pops up an achoice for a certain filespec
 POPMONTH()     Popup month selection
 POPCOLSEL()    Popup color grid for selecting a single color
 PROGINDEX()    Perform an index with a progress box
 PROGEVAL()     Perform a Database DBEVAL() with a progress box
 POPVYEAR()     Pops up a picklist of virtual years
 PROGCOUNT()    Perform a count with a progress box
 PROGDISP()     Displays progress bar in box created with PROGON()
 PROGOFF()      Removes a progress bar box created by PROGON()
 MESSYN()       Popup YesNo prompt box
 MCHOICE()      Creates a box for an Achoice call
 MFIELDS()      Pops up an selection box for current dbf fields
 GETDATE()      Point and shoot calendar
 MAKEBOX()      Draws a box on the screen with optional shadow,
                returns saved screen
 PLSWAIT()      Pops up a 'Please Wait' window or removes it
 ONE_READ()     Pop-up window with 1-4 Say/Get combinations
 MULTMSGYN()    Multi-line popup message - yes -no
 MFIELDSTYPE()  Pops up a list of fields of given type(s)
 MSG()          Displays up to a 9 line message in a window
 HARDCOPY()     Prints current record or memo fields to printer
 EDITMEMO()     Performs a windowed memoedit() on a memo field
 ASCIITABLE()   Pops up an ASCII table for character selection
 DELREC()       Dialog box to delete/undelete current record
 EDITMEMOV()    Performs a windowed memoedit() on a string
 BROWSE2D()     Popup tbrowse of 2 dimension array (array of arrays)
 SBUNSHADOW()   Removes shadow drawn with SBSHADOW()
 ABORT()        Pops up dialog box asking: Abort  Don't Abort
 SBSHADOW()     Draw a shadow around a box
 PROGON()       Initialize and display a progress bar box
 QUIKREPORT()   Runtime pre-defined report printing module
 P_READY()      Determines if printer is ready, prompts user
 SACHOICE()     Achoice replacement, uses TBROWSE, accepts exception
                codeblock
 S1LABEL()      Prints a single label
 GETCALC()      Pops up a quick 'solar' calculator

 

SP_SBUNSHADOW

SBUNSHADOW()

  Short:
  ------
  SBUNSHADOW() Removes shadow drawn with SBSHADOW()

  Returns:
  --------
  Nil

  Syntax:
  -------
  SBUNSHADOW(aSaved)

  Description:
  ------------
  Removes a shadow around a box created with
  SBSHADOW(). SBSHADOW() returns an array containing the
  coordinates and saved screens for each side of the shadow.
  SBUNSHADOW uses this array to restore the previous screens.

  Examples:
  ---------
   Dispbox(10,10,20,20)
   aSaved := sbshadow(10,10,20,20,3,8)
             // draws a shadow in the lower right
                              // of color gray on black
   sbunshadow(aSaved)         // restore old screen

  Source:
  -------
  S_BOXES.PRG

 

SP_SBSHADOW

SBSHADOW()

  Short:
  ------
  SBSHADOW() Draw a shadow around a box

  Returns:
  --------
  <aSaved> => an array containing the two saved screen
  sections

  Syntax:
  -------
  SBSHADOW(nTop,nLeft,nBottom,nRight,nShadowPos,nShadowAtt)

  Description:
  ------------
  Draws a shadow for box described in coordinates
  <nTop,nLeft,nBotton,nRight>

  The shadow is of color <nShadowAtt> and is at
  position <nShadowPos>, which is one of the following:

      LOWER LEFT    1
      LOWER RIGHT   3
      UPPER LEFT    7
      UPPER RIGHT   9

  Returns an array with the saved screens for each side
  of the shadow.

  This array can be passed to SBUNSHADOW() for
  restoring the previous screen.

  Examples:
  ---------
   Dispbox(10,10,20,20)
   aSaved := sbshadow(10,10,20,20,3,8)
              // draws a shadow in the lower right
              // of color gray on black
   sbunshadow(aSaved)         // restore old screen

  otes

  Source:
  -------
  S_BOXES.PRG