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Microsoft KB Archive/101011

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Variables in FoxBASE+/Mac Report Displaying Zero

Last reviewed: January 13, 1995
Article ID: Q101011

The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft FoxBASE+ for the Macintosh, versions 2.0 and 2.01

FoxBASE+/Mac may show zero values for variables in a report form, either under Page Preview or when it prints. This problem can be caused by not having enough memory allocated to hold the variables.

To increase the amount of memory allocated to variables, add or change the MVARSIZ line in the CONFIG.FX file. 32 is the recommended amount, although smaller settings may also work. The default MVARSIZ is 6 and the maximum is 64. For example:

   MVARSIZ = 32

If FoxBASE+/Mac is running under System 6.0x, it may also need more memory allocated to it if MultiFinder is turned on. (Under System 7, MultiFinder is always turned on.) To change the amount of memory allocated to FoxBASE+/Mac, click the FoxBASE+ icon in the Finder and choose Get Info from the File menu. In the Get Info dialog box, increase the amount of memory allocated to the program.


Additional reference words: 2.01 2.00

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Last reviewed: January 13, 1995
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