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Posted on 1997-07-13
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Ok, this is what I want to do:
When my program starts it shows the time and date.
I can do this with button (when I press button it
works ok), but I don't know how to use oncreate/formcreate!
I'm from Finland, so maybe I don't "quite" understand
what I have to do. Please give me some examples!

Thank You!
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chrb earned 50 total points
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Hi!

You can use the object inspector to assign a event to the oncreate, if you dubble click at the form you will get a oncreate procedure for the form. Just write your code there and it shuld works :)

Did you understad it or should I take it once more?

Chr
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I got it. Thanx.
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