In Visual FoxPro, you can declare an array on a form as a form property
that can than be used to populate an object on the form rather than
declaring the array as public. The example in this article illustrates
- In the Form Designer, choose the Form Menu pad, and select New Property.
- In the Name editbox, type the array name. Include the declared size of
the array in square brackets, as in this example:
- In the Load Event snippet, populate the array:
STORE "Hello" TO ThisForm.aMyarray
- Add a combo or list box to the form. Be sure that the RowSourceType for
that object is Array and the RowSource is thisform.aMyarray.
- Run the form, and observe that the object is populated with "Hello."
NOTE: Arrays that are form properties can be redimensioned at any time by
using the usual techniques.
Article ID: 128737 - Last Review: February 24, 2014 - Revision: 1.1
- Microsoft Visual FoxPro 3.0 Standard Edition
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