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  • Differences between WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile: Managing the menu options
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Stored procedures
The Checked property is used to get and modify the checkmark state of an element.
This property can be used:
  • in the options of the main menus and popup menus. In this case, you can know whether the checkmark is displayed to the left of the option.
Example
// Click on the "Display totals" option
IF OPT_DisplayOption.Checked THEN
OPT_DisplayOption.Checked = False
STC_TOTAL.Visible = False
ELSE
OPT_DisplayOption.Checked = True
STC_TOTAL.Visible = True
END
Syntax

Getting the checkmark state for an element Hide the details

<Result> = <Element to use>.Checked
<Result>: Boolean or integer
  • For a menu option:
    • True if the menu option is checked,
    • False otherwise.
<Element to use>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the element to be used:
  • Name of the menu option.

Modifying the checkmark state for an element Hide the details

<Element to use>.Checked = <Displayed>
<Element to use>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the element to be used:
  • Name of menu option.
<Displayed>: Boolean or integer
  • For a menu option:
    • True if the menu option is checked,
    • False otherwise.
Remarks

Equivalence for managing the menu options

The Checked property is equivalent to the following menu management functions:
Windows

Differences between WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile: Managing the menu options

The equivalence table is as follows:
Available functions
in WINDEV
Equivalent properties
MenuUnmark
MenuIsMarked
MenuMark
Checked
MenuStateState
MenuInvisibleVisible
MenuSelectMinusState
MenuSelectPlusState
MenuLabelCaption
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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