VFP: Using BINDEVENT in Grids

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I’m sure everyone who reads this blog already reads Andrew MacNeill’s (and if not, then why not?).
So, the reason I’m linking to his BINDEVENT post is mainly so that I remember to use it soon. I’m ashamed to admit I still use some ancient code in my projects (not that I write much code these days…) that replaces grid header code with a custom class… it’s been working for years, but is well and truly ripe for refactoring…

2 comments

  • I think that it’s very usefull in the described situation, but it’s not a good idea to all bindings, because it uses more resources and is slower than memberclases and makes harder the analysis of inherited code.

  • I think that it’s very usefull in the described situation, but it’s not a good idea to all bindings, because it uses more resources and is slower than memberclases and makes harder the analysis of inherited code.

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