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    Using Events, Functions, and Object-Oriented Programming
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: October 1, 2014, 9:55 am

    In this article, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Rik Brooks, explains in detail how to effectively use events and functions following proper object-oriented programming principles

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | Development | Object Oriented | PowerBuilder | Rik Brooks

    Using Conditional Expression in DataWindow Properties
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: September 1, 2014, 11:00 am

    In this article, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Rik Brooks, explains how to use conditional expressions in a DataWindow

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | DataWindow | Design | Development | PowerBuilder | Rik Brooks

    Optimizing Old Modify Statements
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: July 31, 2014, 11:16 pm

    This article looks at the negative impacts of kludges and then demonstrates a real life example in which one is reconciled by combining all the items for modification into a single modify statement, thereby making the code much easier to understand and maintain

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    Anecdotal Evidence
    Blog: Blog For Mr. Rik Brooks | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: July 7, 2014, 11:00 am

    ...even if everyone in the world points to the moon and exclaims that it has suddenly become a cube… I’m sorry folks, but I know the difference between a cube and a sphere.

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    Creating an Infrastructure of Your Own [Part 3]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: May 1, 2014, 10:45 am

    This article is the third and final installment in the three-part series focusing on how to create your own infrastructure. By the end this article, you should be able to implement editor and master/detail editors with no coding at all



     

     

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