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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: =termometer("r")

    Hi,

    I have a code that is very similar with SQL code, but I fouend this expresion: =TERMOMETER("R")

    I think it is Visual FoxPro code.

    Can somebody explain, ehat does it mean?

    Thanx...

  2. #2
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    Somewhere buried in the code is a function named "TERMOMETER" which probably does some sort of processing, or I'm guessing from the similarity to the word "thermometer", updates a progress display somewhere on the screen.
    The function is being passed an "R" parameter which you will only be able to determine the usefulness or relevence of by examining the actual function code.
    You can look for FUNCTION TERMOMETER or PROCEDURE TERMOMETER somewhere in your code to find it.
    DSummZZZ

    Even more Fox stuff at
    www.davesummers.net/foxprolinks.htm

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