Ok, I think I've "solved" the subform problem I was having, somewhat anyway.
I'm converting a form/screen from Access to VFP. For one of the subforms, I
was able to use a grid object, and it works great! Well, at least so far
anyway, haven't really done that much with it to see if there will be any
The other subform that was on the Access form though, presents a problem. I
can't have it in a grid format. So I figured, ok, just put the dbf in the
data environment, drag the fields onto the form, and go at it. Well, that
doesn't move the record pointer in this new subform. So then I figured, ok,
set a relation in the data environment, both dbfs have a key field named
File_no. That doesn't do it either!
So ok, how do I go about this?
I'll be getting into buttons, etc, here shortly, and I know I should
probably be creating classes for some of this stuff, but for right now, with
so little experience/knowledge in OOP, I think I'm better off writing the
code specifically for what I want to do. Might not be following the
standard, but since when are programmers "standard" anyway? ;) Anyway, I'm
sure I'll have questions on the buttons then too. :)
It's not just based on number of championships won. Richard Petty won
200 races and 7 Daytona 500s in his 30+ year driving career. He also has
the most top-5s (555), top-10s (712), poles (126), laps completed
(307,836), laps led (52,194), races led (599) and consecutive races won
(10 in 1967) of any driver in NASCAR history.