Björnke von Gierke bvg at mac.com
Sat Jan 1 12:40:32 EST 2005

put is what you want.
it seems you already have a field, if not create one, and give it a 
unique name. Then use the put command like this:
put "hello" into field "YourUniqueName"

On Jan 01 2005, at 18:32, Robert Sabo wrote:

> Ok this is a stupid question none the less. However I
> am just not sure how to do it. All I am trying to
> figure out is how to get something to print in a
> field. I have seen the reply, answer and put commands
> and I dont think those are what I am looking for. I
> could be wrong however. However I know using pascal I
> would do the following
> writeln('Hello');
> and that would print hello to the screen. I am not
> sure what the equivalent is here and I am hoping you
> guys could help me with that. Oh and is there a way to
> do it without having it pop up in a different box all
> the time? Like I just want it to print in a field and
> not pop up in a different box.
> Thanks,
> Robert
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