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Modifies the values of attributes in a row found in a browsing or memory Looper control.
Remark: It is recommended to use LooperModifyLine. Indeed, LooperModifyLine allows you to insert:
  • TAB characters into the attributes/controls.
  • all types of values into the attributes/controls.
// Modify a row in a Looper control
LooperModify(LOOP_Looper1, ProductName + TAB + ProductCode, Subscript)
// Modifies a value in the Looper control at position 12
LooperModify(LOOP_Looper1, LastName + TAB + FirstName + TAB + ...
PhoneNum + TAB + FaxNum, 12)
LooperModify(<Looper control> , <Value> [, <Subscript>])
<Looper control>: Control name
Name of Looper control to use.
If this parameter is equal to an empty string (""), the modification will be performed in the current Looper control.
<Value>: Character string
List of modified values. This parameter must have the following format:
<Value 1> + TAB + ... + <Value N>

The different values must be specified in the order of the attributes (Looper control description window).
To specify no value for an attribute, use an empty string ("") or 0 (depending on the type of the attribute).
<Subscript>: Optional integer
Subscript of row to modify.
  • If this parameter is not specified, the modification will be performed on the current element.
  • If <Subscript> is greater than the number of rows, LooperModify is equivalent to LooperAdd.

Use conditions

LooperModify can be used on a browsing or memory Looper control.


If LooperModify modifies a sort attribute of the current Looper control, the sort on this attribute will be canceled.

Handling a binary memo

To modify a binary memo in a Looper control, use LooperModifyLine.
Reports and Queries

Modifying a Looper control without attributes

To modify a Looper control without attributes, we recommend you directly modify the value of the relevant controls.
For example:
// Modify the value of controls
// in "LOOP_Looper1" for row 23
LOOP_Looper1[23].LastNameControl = "Hobbes"
LOOP_Looper1[23].FirstNameControl = "Samantha"
Component : wd260obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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