INPUT TRANSFORM: K:+X'=X!(X>6)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X S:$G(X) DINUM=X
LAST EDITED: OCT 20, 1993
HELP-PROMPT: Enter the subscript level number 'N', associated with the 'Nth' subscript in the BY(0) cross-reference or global. Used to set up TO(0,N) input variable to the print routine EN1^DIP
DESCRIPTION: Number equal to one of the "N" subscripts that FileMan must sort through on the global or cross-reference defined by the BY(0) input variable to the FileMan print routine, EN1^DIP. Used to set an entry into the TO(0,N)
input array (sort TO value for the Nth subscript).
TECHNICAL DESCR: This field should only be filled out if BY(0) exists, but is not required.
If the field is filled in, then it should be used as the second subscript, "N", when setting up the TO(0,N) variable before a call to EN1^DIP. TO(0,N) will be set to the second piece of this node (the TO VALUE). Since
the .01 field of this multiple is DINUMED, the record number will be equal to this .01 field.
NOTES: XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
HELP-PROMPT: Enter the value that you want to GO TO when sorting through this subscript. Answer must be 1-62 characters in length.
DESCRIPTION: This optional field can be filled out for any of the "N" subscripts that FileMan must sort through on the global defined in BY(0). This field only has meaning when something has been defined in BY(0), and it indicates
the "GO TO" value for subscript "N". For example, when FileMan builds the code for sorting through a cross-reference defined in BY(0), if an entry exists in the first multiple for this field, the value of this field
will be used as the ending point for sorting on the first variable subscript in the cross-reference.
This field should only be filled out if BY(0) exists, but is not required. If a record exists, for example, in record 1 of this multiple, then TO(0,1) should be set to the contents of this field before calling EN1^DIP.