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argeedblu
post Jan 22 2016, 10:35 AM
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Some applications require one or more simple lists of terms to be captured from input, stored as structured data, and displayed or output as csv (comma separated values) lists. For example, in a personal care facility, you may need to maintain list of medical conditions, food sensitivities, etc. as part of your information about facility users. This demonstration illustrates the use of a class (clsLists) to maintain a master list of symptoms and individualized lists for users (cases.) Lists are stored in normalized strucures and converted to csvs for display purposes.

clsLists generalizes the relevant tables enabling mutilple master lists where appropriate. For example, you might want to have separate master lists for foods and medical symptoms for example.

Glenn
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