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E. Pre-Block on the first navigable block in the form
F. When-New-ltem-Instance on the Date Ordered text item
Consider the following scenario:
In a multiform application, the user started in FormA.
1. From FormA, the user invoked FormB using CALL_FORM
2. From FormB, the user invoked FormC using OPEN_FORM
3. From FormC, the user invoked FormD using OPEN_FORM
4. From FormB, the user invoked FormE using CALL_FORM
FormE contains a button with a When-Button-Pressed trigger.
Which trigger code will close the form and navigate successfully?
Exhibit: Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 View the Exhibit and examine the Property Palettes of the BONNY canvas and the CLYDE window. The
requirements of the application specify that the CLYDE window should not be resizable.
The form contains two items, both 50 points wide by 15 points high, which are associated with the canvas
The first item is a text item; the XP Position property is 30, and the Y Position property is 40.
The second item is a display item; the X Position property is 150, and the Y Position property is 250.
What are two ways to allow the user to view the display item at run time? (Choose two.)
A. At run time, with the cursor in the text item, press the Tab key
B. Define CLYDE as a modal window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar
C. Define CLYDE as a modeless window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar
D. Define CLYDE as a dialog window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar
E. Define CLYDE as a document window and display it with a vertical scroll bar
F. Define CLYDE as a modeless window and display it with a vertical scroll bar
Answer: E, F
The Summit application contains several...
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