|This command does not require any parameters|
The ACCEPT command is used in form or object methods (or in subroutines) to:
accept a new or modified record or subrecord, for which data entry has been initiated using ADD RECORD, MODIFY RECORD, ADD SUBRECORD, or MODIFY SUBRECORD.
accept a form displayed with the DIALOG command.
exit a form displaying a selection of records, using DISPLAY SELECTION or MODIFY SELECTION.
ACCEPT performs the same action as if a user had pressed the Enter key. After the form is accepted, the OK system variable is set to 1.
ACCEPT is commonly executed as a result of choosing a menu command. ACCEPT is also commonly used in the object method of a "no action" button.
It is also often used in the optional close box method for the Open window command. If there is a Control-menu box on a window, ACCEPT or CANCEL can be called, in the method to be executed, when the Control-menu box is double-clicked or the Close menu command is chosen.
ACCEPT cannot be queued up. In response to an event, executing two ACCEPT commands in a row from within a method would have the same effect as executing one.