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Factorizes the expression of an element on which several sub-elements or properties are accessed.
Example
WITH File
.Item = 1
END
WITH Control
..X = 5
..Y = 6
END
WITH ClassVariable
.Member = 5
END
Syntax
WITH <Expression representing a base element>
   .<Sub-element>
   ..<Property>
  :<Member or attribute>
END
<WITH>:
Marks the beginning of statement block.
<Expression representing a base element>:
Element used. The following elements can be used:
  • the controls,
  • the HFSQL files,
  • the data sources,
  • the advanced types (Record, xmlNode, ...),
  • the structures,
  • the classes,
  • the .NET objects and the Windows Store app objects.
Caution: The expression representing the base element is evaluated once only.
<END>:
Marks the end of statement block.
Remarks

Nesting

The WITH blocks can be nested. However, the element on which the accesses to the sub-elements, properties or members are performed is always the element of the most inside block.
oo is gglCalendar
sTitle, sAuthorName are strings
WITH oo
sTitle = ..Title
WITH ..Author
sAuthorName = ..Name
END
END

Special cases

  • In a class method, you cannot access the members of the class with the <:Member> syntax inside a WITH block. The ':' operator is reserved to the element of the WITH block.
  • The debugger is used to view the sub-elements of the current WITH block.
Minimum version required
  • Version 19
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