Count Clicks Demo

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Problem Description

This Beginners level program demonstrates code to count and display clicks on a specific button.

Background & Techniques

Here is a simple program (9 lines of user written  code) to answer a user request about how to
display a message showing the number of times  a particular button has been clicked.

Three event exits are defined :

bullet FormActivate exit to initialize the counter to 0.
bullet ClickBtnClick event exit to increment the counter and display the new label
bullet ResetbtnClicik event exit to reset the count to 0 (by setting the counter value to -1 and calling
ClickBtnClick).
 

Running/Exploring the Program 

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Suggestions for Further Explorations

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Original Date: August 5, 2009 

Modified: July 29, 2017

 

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