E.4 Dialog Routines (WNT, W9*)

Dialog routines let you add dialog boxes to Windows, QuickWin, and console applications. To activate a dialog box, add the following statement to the application's relevant program unit:


Table E-4 summarizes the Dialog routines.

Table E-4 Summary of Dialog Routines (WNT, W9*)

Name  Description 
DLGEXIT  Closes an open dialog box. 
DLGFLUSH  Updates the display of a dialog box. 
DLGGET  Returns the value of a control variable. 
DLGGETCHAR  Returns the value of a character control variable. 
DLGGETINT  Returns the value of an integer control variable. 
DLGGETLOG  Returns the value of a logical control variable. 
DLGINIT  Initializes a dialog box. 
DLGINITWITHRESOURCEHANDLE  Initializes a dialog box. 
DLGISDLGMESSAGE  Determines whether a message is intended for a modeless dialog box. 
DLGMODAL  Displays a dialog box. 
DLGMODELESS  Displays a modeless dialog box. 
DLGSENDCTRLMESSAGE  Sends a message to a dialog box control. 
DLGSET  Assigns a value to a control variable. 
DLGSETCHAR  Assigns a value to a character control variable. 
DLGSETCTRLEVENTHANDLER  Assigns your own event handlers to ActiveXTM controls in a dialog box. 
DLGSETINT  Assigns a value to an integer control variable. 
DLGSETLOG  Assigns a value to a logical control variable. 
DLGSETRETURN  Sets the return value for DLGMODAL. 
DLGSETSUB  Assigns a defined callback routine to a control. 
DLGUNINIT  Deallocates memory for an initialized dialog box. 

For more information on these routines, see the Compaq Visual Fortran online Reference.

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