|The object id of the object to which the focus is to move
Returning a non-zero value from the exiting procedure cancels movement of the focus.
Procedure Exiting Handle hoDestination Returns Integer
When the focus is about to move to a new object, the exiting event is sent to the object losing the focus.
If Exiting is not overridden, its function is to send the message identified in the value of the Exit_msg property.
This event is used to perform any post-processing to the object before it loses the focus. hoDestination is the id of the object to which the focus is to move, and can be used to provide processing conditional on which object the focus is to move to. Exiting is suitable for defining the exit behavior of object classes, while exit_msg is suitable for object inheritance of exit behavior.
Procedure Exiting Handle hoDestination returns Integer Integer iReturnVal Forward Get Msg_Exiting hoDestination to iReturnVal If (iReturnVal) Begin Procedure_Return iReturnVal End If (iReturnVal <> Parent(Self)) Begin Get CustomValidationMsg to iReturnVal End Procedure_Return iReturnVal End_Procedure