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  • Functions associated with break headers and footers
  • Properties associated with the break headers and footers
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Properties associated with the breaks of a Looper control
Overview
Several properties can be used with the breaks headers and footers in a Looper control. These properties can be used in a window or in a page.
To use these properties, the syntax is as follows:
<Looper name>.<Name of break Header/Footer>..<Property name> = <Value>
or
<Name of break header/footer>..<Property name> = <Value>
Remark: These code lines must be in the event "Displaying a row of break header/footer".
Handling the break headers and footers

Functions associated with break headers and footers

The following functions are associated with the break headers and footers:
Versions 10 and later
LooperBreakSubscript
New in version 10
LooperBreakSubscript
LooperBreakSubscript
Returns the subscript of the break header and footer for a given break in a Looper control.
Versions 17 and later
LooperCollapse
New in version 17
LooperCollapse
LooperCollapse
Collapses a break that was expanded beforehand in a Looper control.
Versions 17 and later
LooperCollapseAll
New in version 17
LooperCollapseAll
LooperCollapseAll
Collapses all expanded breaks in a Looper control.
Versions 17 and later
LooperCollapseExpand
New in version 17
LooperCollapseExpand
LooperCollapseExpand
On a given row of a Looper control:
  • collapses a break (if it is expanded),
  • expands a break (if it is collapsed).
Versions 17 and later
LooperExpand
New in version 17
LooperExpand
LooperExpand
Expands a break in the Looper control on a given row.
Versions 17 and later
LooperExpandAll
New in version 17
LooperExpandAll
LooperExpandAll
Expands all breaks in a Looper control with break.

Properties associated with the break headers and footers

The following properties are associated with the break headers and footers:
  • PHP In a page (PHP):
    Versions 09 and later
    Alias
    New in version 09
    Alias
    Alias
    The Alias property is used to:
    • find out or modify the alias of a window (WINDEV)
    • Find out and modify the alias of a dynamic tab pane (WINDEV)
    • find out the internal HTML/JavaScript name of a control (WEBDEV).
    Versions 11 and later
    Collapsed
    New in version 11
    Collapsed
    Collapsed
    The Property Wound makes it possible to:
    • find out or define the status (collapsed or expanded) that will be used when rows are added into a TreeView Table control.
    • find out or modify the collapsed/expanded status for:
      • the breaks of a Table control,
      • the breaks of a Looper control,
      • a Drawer control,
      • a Ribbon control,
      • a Navigation Bar control.
      • a Pivot Table control in a report.
    Versions 09 and later
    Height
    New in version 09
    Height
    Height
    The Property Height allows to know and modify the height:
    • of a control or block in a report.
    • of a control (in a window), window, row of a Table, List Box or ListView control, option of a Radio Button or Check Box control, break header or footer of a Table or Looper control.
    • of a control (in a page), break header or footer in a Looper control. The control can be overlayable or not.
    Versions 09 and later
    InitialVisible
    New in version 09
    InitialVisible
    InitialVisible
    The Property VisibleInitial can be used to determine whether:
    • a control was visible during the first display of the associated window or page.
    • a window was visible during its first display.
    Versions 09 and later
    Name
    New in version 09
    Name
    Name
    The Property Name allows you to know:
    • the name of the font associated with a Font variable.
    • the name of a control, report or report block.
    • the name of a control, group of controls or window.
    • the name of a control, group of controls or page.
    Versions 09 and later
    Type
    New in version 09
    Type
    Type
    The Property Type allows to know:
    • the type of element described by programming (file or item description) or not (file or item defined in the data model editor, view or query).
    • the type of object.
    • the type of value stored in a variant.
    Versions 09 and later
    Visible
    New in version 09
    Visible
    Visible
    The Property Visible allows to:
    • Find out whether an element is visible.
    • Make an element visible or invisible.
Minimum version required
  • Version 10
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