Mac OS X, Windows
FMP 7, 8, 8.5, 9, 10, 11
File Type: FP7
FileSize: ~ .48 megabytes
The use of a script parameter is a very powerful function to pass information to a script. The calculation attached to the button can pass static text, the content of a single field, the contents of multiple fields, or a combination of text and fields. The trick to passing a script parameter is knowing how to parse it if the fields contain a variable number of words for each record. Passing variable field contents on a single line will make it virtually impossible to parse. Using the new LeftValues, MiddleValues, and RightValues functions makes the task of parsing variable field contents from a script parameter very easy.
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