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vrf Please can someone explain this??

Question asked by VRFuser on May 21, 2004
Thank you all,

I had the answer but did not understand why!!!

Now I do :0)

How little I know :0(

Simon


-----Original Message-----
From: bill.ossmann@philips.com [mailto:bill.ossmann@philips.com]
Sent: 21 May 2004 15:03
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Re: Please can someone explain this??







Simon,

Shawn seems to have explained the behavior very succinctly. I'm going to add
some unsolicited advice, which may or may not apply. This obviously is a
simplified example for which we thank you, but it also appears to be an
ideal place to use the "Wait for Input" property of the list box. This
causes the list box to not produce any output until the user makes a
selection, and also suspends the loop execution until the box executes. It
eliminates the complex gating scheme in between the list box and the
display. Not having the loop repeating as fast as it can also saves lots of
CPU usage.

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Bill Ossmann
Philips Ultrasound
e-mail:  bill.ossmann@philips.com
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(See attached file: Stange.vee)
I am trying to take  the output of one list box and use it as a Enum default
values for another box.  But unless you convert the Enum to text the whole
list is input to new box. Two  examples are shown. The enum values need to
be cleared from the sec list before  you run the functions. simon




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