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Declaring such a file can become quite a nuisance, and breaks Konrad Byers' golden rule of never having to program the same thing twice. Nik Johnson gets his copy of Tips & Techniques and quickly discovers a solution to his screen real estate problem: Brice Schagane's menu button.
For easier re-use, Nik shows how to convert Brice's code into a class.
It's been a busy week at Clarion Magazine - we've launched the latest redesign of the web site, which was prompted by the addition of the Planet Clarion podcast, a regular audio program for Clarion developers, hosted by Dave Harms and Andrew Guidroz II.
You can download the podcast the same way your download any other file, or you can use any one of a number of RSS readers to automatically download the podcast as an enclosure.
In this article, I'm going to present 10 tips for writing high-performance Web apps. NET applications because they are just one subset of Web applications.
Moreover, if a user faces difficulty using your software and asks for technical support, you may easily resolve the issue by referring that user to a certain page of your online help. With just one click the user will see screenshots and explanations which will help them to settle the case.This page contains usage notes on the class, and a link to the source.Mark Riffey made the request: "I want to do TIME('12','24','06') and get a Clarion [standard] time just like I would do DATE('12','24','2004') and get a Clarion date." Steve Parker, with a little help from his friends, shows how it's done.Steve Parker recently published an article on an ABC compliant class for tagging on browses.
When someone requested a template-enabled version, Jim Katz volunteered his services, and along the way discovered that creating a C6 ABC class template wrapper is easier than it used to be.In this second of two parts Tim shows how the code works.