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vrf Dynamic Objects & Properties PURE VEE
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Jun 3, 2003 6:28 PM
Hello again Gonzalo,
This example uses only one VEE used function to create 400
To make the screen less busy, the alarms are divided into
4 panels which can be selected with the button on the bottom
of the display.
Each click will bring up the next alarm panel.
While displayed, the alarms are randomly updated.
If you click "More" on any alarm, it will pop up an extended
alarm information panel.
The alarm data is all stored in a global record array,
this separates the display from the data, which allows future
changes to the display without having to touch the alarm
data collection code.
This can easily be made more efficient by adding a
record item which indicates whether the alarm is displayed
and keeps track of state changes so the alarm is only
redisplayed on a state change.
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