RESTORE WINDOW Command
Restores to memory window definitions and window statuses saved to a window file or memo field.
RESTORE WINDOW WindowNameList | ALL FROM FileName | FROM MEMO MemoFieldName
- Specifies one or more windows to be restored. Separate the window names with commas.
- Restores all window definitions in the window file or memo field.
- FROM FileName
- Specifies the window file from which windows are restored. A window file has a .win extension. If the file was given another extension when it was saved, you must include this extension in FileName.
- FROM MEMO MemoFieldName
- Specifies the memo field from which the windows are restored.
Use SAVE WINDOW to store window definitions in a window file or in a memo field.
Any windows in memory with the same names as those restored are overwritten. A window's status (hidden, active, and so on) when it is saved is preserved when it is restored.
In the following example, a window named
wOutput1 is defined and saved to a variable. All windows are cleared and the window named
wOutput1 is restored and activated.
CLEAR DEFINE WINDOW wOutput1 FROM 2,1 TO 13,75 TITLE 'Output' ; CLOSE FLOAT GROW ZOOM SAVE WINDOW wOutput1 TO temp CLEAR WINDOWS RESTORE WINDOW wOutput1 FROM temp ACTIVATE WINDOW wOutput1 WAIT "The window wOutput1 has been restored" WINDOW RELEASE WINDOW wOutput1