displays fields in display windows
- DISPLAY <group-spec group-options<, ...,
The inputs to the DISPLAY statement are as follows:
The DISPLAY statement directs IML to gather data
into fields defined on the screen for purposes
of display, data entry, or menu selection.
The DISPLAY statement always refers to a window that
has been previously opened by a WINDOW statement.
The statement is described completely in
Chapter 13, "Window and Display Features."
- specifies a group.
It can be specified as either a compound name of the form
windowname.groupname or a window name followed by a
group of the form window-name (field-specs), where
field-specs is as defined for the WINDOW statement.
- can be any of the following:
- displays the group with all fields protected
so that no data can be entered in the fields.
- repeats the group for each element of
the matrices specified as field operands.
- rings the bell, sounds the alarm, or beeps the speaker
on your workstation when the window is displayed.
Below are several examples of using the DISPLAY statement:
display w ("BELL") bell;
display w.g1 noinput;
display w (i protect=yes
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