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The “Code” for the EditBtn:

Quite similar to AddBtn but the differences lies in that in AddBtn you add a data at the end of the last Index while for EditBtn you simply edit an existing data.

First you need to declare a private/instance variable for EditBtn

I named my EditIndex which is a number that is 0

On the add events we have only one event

1.When the EditBtn is Clicked

This is followed by various add actions

> Set EditIndex to float(TextIndex).Text

note the float() converts a value to number

> Set the Database.size to present size ie Database.size (3 * Index, 1, 1)

> Set the Database.X Index value

Set Database. X index to EditBtn.EditIndex - 3 which the value is TextWord.Text

Set Database. X index to EditBtn.EditIndex - 2 which the value is TextSynonyms.Text

Set Database. X index to EditBtn.EditIndex - 1 which the value is TextMeaning.Text

> Set your global variable to “my global variable” &Index ie

Set Word to “Word” & EditBtn.EditIndex----Word reads as Word1

Set Synonyms to “Synonyms” & EditBtn.EditIndex----Synonyms reads as Synonyms1

Set Meaning to “Meaning” & EditBtn.EditIndex----Meaning reads as Meaning1

> Assign a Key and set a value in the webstore

Set a Local Key as Word to Database.At (EditBtn.EditIndex – 3)

Set a Local Key as Synonyms to Database.At (EditBtn.EditIndex – 2)

Set a Local Key as Meaning to Database.At (EditBtn.EditIndex – 1)


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