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A tree

A tree

Anybody with code available to creat a tree of folders.  I hope i'm expressing it correctly.

RE: A tree

What are you intending to do?

RE: A tree

I have a series of data files that I'd like to have them access them from a tree.  Just a thought.  In addition my program is in fivewin and I'd need to create a a 32 bit.  Any suggestions?
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RE: A tree

Are you looking to do this by emulating a tree structure in a visual mode?
Did you think about using a series of tbrowses that when a line item in one tbrowse could branch off to another tbrowse to another tbrowse and so on...

RE: A tree

Yes emulating a tree in in a visual mode. The tbrowse seems interesting.  Wouldn't know where to begin.

RE: A tree

I have a series of menu style routines that I use extensively in some of my programs that perform tree-ing off I may be able to modify for use by you to obtain what I think you are wanting to do.  
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RE: A tree


You can reach me at hgoldstein@slgg.com
Have you any experience converting to 32bit. Are your clipper programs in windows.  If so how did you convert. I used fivewin 1.92 16 bit.  I'd like to get into 32bits.


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