cloned stacks persistence
janschenkel at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 19 00:25:01 EDT 2002
--- Ron <rbarber at yhb.att.ne.jp> wrote:
> What happens to cloned stacks once the application
I've used the same 'cloning' technique for FoxPro-like
'memo' windows -- works great, doesn't it?
MC/RR won't write a file to disc unless you 'save' the
stack. So when you quit your stand-alone, the cloned
stacks evaporate, basically.
However, within the IDE, they will persist until you
purge them from memory with the 'Purge' button in the
Application Overview (I love that thing) or manually
via the 'delete stack' command.
Hope this helped,
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