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Tip of the Day
Language: Pascal
Expertise: Beginner
May 9, 1997

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Where to put code you want to run every time a new record is read into buffer

Question:
Where is the best place to put code that you want to run every time a new record is read into buffer? For example, in a HR system, you may wish to set the caption of the form to the employee's name when you change records.

Answer:
This is kind of a rhetorical question, but I'll answer it the best I can. I'd probably run the code immediately after the record is completely read into the buffer. The reason for this is that it's in response to sort of a state change in the buffer, so it seems to me to be the most logical place to execute the code.

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