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vrf using .net in Vee 7.0

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 27, 2004
Hi Detlef and vrf-ers,

This is very cool!! I hadn't thought about building forms on the fly with .NET. Doing the set Var = CreateInstance() is important for this because it lets you interact with the control later on through the Var (like the Public does for my VB .NET example).

Though of course adding non-VEE code that responds to the controls (handlers) will probably be difficult without compiling some VB or C#.

Right now, it looks like you should be able to "poll" and set control states for a similar level of interaction as the example I posted. Not pretty, but may be useful in some cases.

Best Regards,

Scott Bayes
Software Technical Support

Agilent Technologies, Inc.
815 14th Street S.W.
Loveland, CO, U.S.A. 80537

970 679 3799 Tel
970 635 6867 Fax

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> Here are 2 V7-samples  about playing with forms.
> There is no interaction possible, but maybe in helps in
> simulating "real
> windows feeling ".
> It is not ready yet ...
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