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tbledit

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-03-11 18:35:12.0Z
Kitty Trusty Posted on 2008-02-29 22:02:55.0Z
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Has anyone used the built-in tbledit? I can't figure out
what to put in the arguments fields.

thanks


DOug Myers Posted on 2008-03-11 18:35:12.0Z
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I used it a few years ago, I'll have to review my notes from
back then if I can find them. I remember I was trying to
add new values that an endpoint was sending, so we would not
have to manually add them, and to keep track of when they
were added. I take it you have seen the ebooks doc but I've
attached it just in case.

> Has anyone used the built-in tbledit? I can't figure out
> what to put in the arguments fields.
>
> thanks