Components, Frames and Utilities
These components have not been peer tested for quality assurance and are presented as-is. Some components may rely on host specific features. Use at your own risk.
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- Tips regarding GenDoc, enhanced editor, class defining scl, exporting scl, and exploring folders
- Thoughts - developing a custom command processing environment
- Copy Selection - copy selected cells for pasting into Excel, Word or other applications.
- BuildDF - work on dataforms without lots of useless frames
- SaveDF - nothing yet, idea is to save viewer customizations in a dataform
- Green Bars for ViewTable and Data Table Class
- Enter Value dialog is a useful reuseable component
- List Of Values composite class. Let a user maintain their own list of values
- Navigate Levels of a Data Set Hierarchy. Use this model/viewer technology to simplify your development efforts
- SCL List Class extension can sort a List of Lists by a NamedItem value or a List of Objects by an attribute value
- Check List Class implements a work area that is filled with check boxes at run-time
- SCL List Model helps you explore SCL lists
- Filtered Lists let you show only what you want seen
- Coming maybe never: SAS/Share Proc OPERATE Front End. Score points with your overworked sysadmin
- Model/Viewer - a no code demonstration of the power of the MV technology
- Dialog Functions - sample each of the SCL functions that invokes a dialog of some sort.
- Tree View Control - subclassing, recursion, storing and loading trees
- List View Control - a frame with two examples
- SAS Registry Browser - an Explorer like interface for examing SAS registry entries
- Abandoned: Metaselector - an all in one class that does the same as liblist(), dirlist(), catlist(), varlist()
- Aspect ratio - make an object keep a constant aspect
- Singletons - look ma, one hand!
- Textpad Control - read a file and copy selected sections via context menu
- Pie Control - a frame with pie charts in a stack
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