It is difficult to anticipate all the values that a user might need to enter into a control. The following controls make it possible for you to accept user input that cannot be predetermined:
In This Section
- User Input in Text Boxes
- Describes how text boxes make it possible for users to enter or edit data stored in non-memo fields.
- User Input in Edit Boxes
- Describes how edit boxes make it possible for users to edit text from character fields or memo fields.
- User Input in Combo Boxes
- Describes how combo boxes make it possible for users to select items from a list or enter new items.
- How to: Use Check Boxes to Specify States
- Describes how check boxes make it possible for users to specify a Boolean state.
- How to: Define User Input Characteristics
- Describes how to control the type of input the user enters.
- Accepting Numeric Input in a Given Range
- Describes how to ensure that users enter values within a specific range.
- How to: Set the Number of Option Buttons in an Option Button Group
- Describes how to set the number of option buttons that the user can choose from.
- Setting Option Button Properties
- Describes how to set properties for option buttons.
- How to: Store User Choices to a Table Using Option Buttons
- Describes how to use option buttons obtain information and store it in a table.
- Using Controls
- Describes controls you can use to manage interactions between users and your application.
- Controls for Displaying Lists
- Describes the common uses, methods, and properties of list boxes and drop-down list boxes.
- Controls for Displaying Information
- Explains various Visual FoxPro controls and objects that can display and order information.
- Controls for Manipulating Rows of Data
- Describes the common uses, methods, and properties of the Visual FoxPro grid control.
- Controls for Allowing Specific Actions
- Describes the Visual FoxPro controls that allow users to take specific preprogrammed actions either by user interaction or by timed delay.
- Controls for Extending Forms
- Describes how the Page Frame object and the use of ActiveX controls can expand the workable area and use of Visual FoxPro forms.