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Property of the ScriptLine : Inserts.

 

This property is used to have Q++ skip/exclude and Insert script line, based on various criteria:

 

Ignore

This option means that the current Insert ScriptLine is not skipped due to this option.

Leap Year Script

The current Insert ScriptLine will be skipped whenever the Year property of the Current Script is a leap year.

Non-Leap Year Script

The current Insert ScriptLine will be skipped whenever the Year property of the Current Script is not a leap year.

Odd Script Year

The current Insert ScriptLine will be skipped whenever the Year property of the Current Script is odd (not evenly divisible by 2).

Even Script Year

The current Insert ScriptLine will be skipped whenever the Year property of the Current Script is even (not evenly divisible by 2).

Leap Year Dates

Any Insertion Date (repeating, specific or variable) which does belong to a leap year will be skipped.

Non-Leap Year Dates

Any Insertion Date (repeating, specific or variable) which does not belong to a leap year will be skipped.

This property is reminiscent of the February 28 and March 1 properties, but it is in fact fundamentally different. The first superficial difference is that the February 28 and March 1 properties specify when to include a date, as opposed to when to exclude it. But the fundamental difference is that the February 28 and March 1 properties specify whether specific dates (namely February 28 and March 1) should be included, while the current can also specify whether the entire ScriptLine should be skipped (usually based on the Year property of a Script), as well as skipping individual dates.

 

See also: Skip Line.


Topic 181060 updated on 05-May-2016.
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