28 Sep FoxPro for MS-DOS / Windows – Basic Commands FoxPro is SEMI-RDBMS. 5 Apr Foxpro for MS-DOS – Basic FoxPro Commands In FoxPro, first four characters of any command is enough to execute. For e.g.: crea ==>. 19 Nov Check the resource FoxPro Programming and FoxPro Commands. Hope this helps. You need to be more specific. If u dont understand the.

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I look forward to your responses. It’s possible the replace is actually working but the variables foxpo contain what you think they do.

Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Are you using a screen with an input mask? Some call it a bug, but it isn’t. Based on all the great suggestions and the situation the way it is, I’m going to try to create a temporary table to put the numeric value into and then try to populate emailtbl’s field from that one and see what happens. I am working on an old FoxPro 2. From what I read you are replacing multiple fields at the same time and the rest work but this one doesn’t?

It’s the debug window which actually behaves pretty much like today’s watch window.

Any ideas or suggestions? Are you by chance at the end of the emailtbl? Welcome to TechTarget’s expert community for technology professionals. It would error otherwise.

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The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. Read the latest tech blogs written by experienced community members. The EOF scenario isn’t the issue since other fields in the emailtbl table are populating just fine. I agree to TechTarget’s Terms of UsePrivacy Policyand the transfer of my information to the United States for processing to provide me with relevant information as described in our Privacy Policy.


Your password has been sent to: We’ll email you when relevant content is added and updated. It would help, if you post code. You need to be more specific. Name That way Foxpro does not have to choose which one is which. I don’t have the specs for FP that far back, but I do know that dBase for DOS as recent as version 5 forced you to be in the table’s work area that you were updating.

FoxPro old versions 1 to 2. Doing off-line testing is good to get a general understanding, but for specific debugging it may not recreate the entire ‘live’ environment. It doesn’t do as much as we wanted, but it does get the basic job done. I agree with Olaf, and also with the suggestion to use the debugger to single-step through the process. Foxpro will, by default, give preference to the table field of the same name.

Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts. In other words, the field needs to be properly scoped. You should differentiate these 2 types with a ‘Prefix’.

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As you want to put commandx a total: First, I want to apologize for taking so long to respond to your comments. Forgot Password No problem! The debugger will tell you what’s actually going on, disabusing you of what you think is going on. Register now while it’s still free!


Typically that ‘Prefix’ is the Alias of the table for referencing the table field And the ‘Prefix’ would be the letter ‘m’ for a memory variable. It’s no wonder all other replaces work in that case, but not the last one. To All, Thanks for your insights and time! It’s been that focpro since I agree to my information being processed by Commanvs and its Partners to contact me via phone, email, or other means regarding information relevant to my professional interests.

You may need to change the code to: Size is not the issue. I have done initialization of variables and still do.

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On the other hand, since the first replace works the table s may not be at EOF. This has all the earmarks of the classic “replace while at end of file” issue. Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. It’s easy to join and it’s free. I am now choosing to close this thread. Also add your memory variables so you can see what’s going on in them.

Things usually work well but recently I bumped into the following situation: