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..CalendarButton is used to find out and indicate whether a Date edit control proposes a button to display a popup calendar.
Example
// Displays a Calendar button if necessary
IF EDT_Date..CalendarButton = False THEN
EDT_Date..CalendarButton = True
END
Syntax

Finding out whether a Calendar button is displayed Hide the details

<Result> = <Edit control>..ButtonCalendar
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if a Calendar button is displayed,
  • False otherwise.
<Edit control>: Control name
Name of the Date edit control to use.

Displaying a Calendar button or not Hide the details

<Edit control>..ButtonCalendar = <Display>
<Edit control>: Control name
Name of the Date edit control to use.
<Display>: Boolean
  • True if a Calendar button must be displayed,
  • False otherwise.
Remarks
Windows Mobile

Operating mode of the Calendar control

At run time, the Date edit controls propose the "Calendar" option by default. This option allows you to display a calendar used to select a date.
If ..CalendarButton is used to display a Calendar button in the Date edit control, the "Calendar" option is no longer available in the popup menu of the Date control.
Remark: To disable the display of the calendar for a project or for a control (via the button or the popup menu), use AAFDisable.
Minimum version required
  • Version 14
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