SET WINDOW OF BROWSE
Designate a window to display the BROWSE work surface
SET WINDOW OF BROWSE [IN <alias>] TO <window-name>
ACTIVATE SCREEN, ACTIVATE WINDOW, CLEAR WINDOWS, DEACTIVATE WINDOW, DEFINE WINDOW, HIDE WINDOW, MODIFY MEMO, MOVE WINDOW, RELEASE WINDOWS, RESIZE WINDOW, RESTORE WINDOW, SAVE WINDOW, SHOW WINDOW, SET COMMANDWINDOW, SET ERRORWINDOW, SET TRACEWINDOW, SET WINDOW OF EDIT, SET WINDOW OF MEMO, SET WINDOW OF RELATION, WEXIST(), WINDOW(), WONTOP(), WOUTPUT(), WVISIBLE()
The SET WINDOW OF BROWSE command designates the window used to display the default BROWSE work surface when BROWSE is invoked. The window must be defined with the DEFINE WINDOW command, however, the window does not need to be activated, as the SET WINDOW OF BROWSE command will activate the window.
The optional IN <alias> qualifier may be used to specify the workarea that SET WINDOW OF BROWSE is to work in. If this qualifier is not used, the appropriate workarea must be selected before the SET WINDOW OF BROWSE command is issued.
The BROWSE work surface will be sized and positioned to the coordinates described with the DEFINE WINDOW command. If you wish the BROWSE work surface to appear inside the window, with the border intact, use the ACTIVATE WINDOW command.
define window browse; from 1,1 to 11,42; title "BROWSE WINDOW" set window of browse to browse use demo browse