If an "object" is a black box, how to "view" inside??
According to the help files, to learn how to work with an "object", I need to go to MSDN. I've gone there and have not found it to be understandable or helpful. In searching through these topics, I've seen some posts where people are using this type of code.
An example was "....webtable.object.rows(a,b).cells...
Could someone tell me where to find out what properties go with which objects? Specifically, I need to write code that will take the place of a text checkpoint as they don't seem to be portable. This is for a link (in a web tab strip) but hopefully, the location of the info will be comprehensive.
Thanks so much.
Re: If an "object" is a black box, how to "view" inside??
Start from here:
It is impossible to explain huge fundamental area of knowledge in one message.
If you need to write code - first, you have to learn how to do that.
There is lot of online tutorials about DOM (document object model).
It is basic of Web development.
If you say: "....webtable.object...."
it means - you will work with DOM, communicating with WebTable as Web Object.