How do you call into a Table Class
Why do you prefer the object class, and, the call is not the same because a table is INSIDE a row or list, the object is not, as far I understand, and, what about losing touch with your variables inside the window you’re calling from? I can’t lose touch with them… I have yet to see how a table works out, I’m just trying it now… tables and objects… do they keep scope with variables in windows, declared in windows, or do you have to pass everything as parameters or references, that I am curious about. Thank you for your valuable time.
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> On Jan 29, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Mayada Al-Kishtini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> To call a “public” method from a table class, you need to define a list/row variable as that table class and then call the method:
> Define rowvar as your table class
> I would create the method in an object class and call it from there the same way, by defining an object var in your window, if your method is not related to your table class.
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> To put code that would normally be behind a button on a window say, into a table class, and call it from the window, how do you do that call?
> I just tried using the Notation Inspector, dragged over a line containing a new method I made in the table class, and the window doesn’t like that, it beeps and says that the method is not a valid child of the table class (uses other words).
> I can’t figure out ANY way to call a table class method from a window. Please help.
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