Wizard for Tolerance Evaluation

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Edition Date: June 2018
Part Number: 370858P-01
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This example shows a user dialog box that you use to execute an evaluation. The dialog box is structured like a wizard that requests the necessary information step-by-step. The evaluation compares the charge curves and the discharge curves of a rechargeable flash battery, with a specified set curve. The set curve consists of an upper hull curve and a lower hull curve. You set the tolerance range in the dialog box.

The user dialog box uses the TabPageCtrl control element to display a different tab for each evaluation step, in the bottom part of the user dialog box.

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Checking a User Dialog Box Entry | Closing a User Dialog Box with a Script | Creating a Dynamic User Dialog Box | Creating a Non-Modal User Dialog Box | Creating a Procedure in the Script of a User Dialog Box | Creating a User Dialog Box without Linking Variables | Creating a User Dialog Box | Creating an Extended Table | Displaying Graphics in Selection Lists | Enabling Controls | Opening the Dialog Editor | Responding to Cancellation of a User Dialog Box | Responding to User Entries in User Dialog Boxes | Saving and Restoring the Last Dialog Box Position | Saving Control Groups for User Dialog Boxes | Specifying the Default Button | Tabulator Order in a User Dialog Box | Transferring a Parameter to a User Dialog Box | Transferring User Dialog Box Entries to DIAdem | Using a Script to Fill a Selection List | Using Channel Selection Lists | Using Hotkeys in a User Dialog Box | Using the Flex Properties


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