FMP Version: FileMaker 7 and higher.
Returns A Number Result
As I'm sure you probably know, a FileMaker layout can be viewed as a form (one record at a time), as a list (as a form but with all records in the found set after each other) or as a table (viewed with rows and columns like a spreadsheet).
This function will return the current view state for the layout within the foreground window. It will return a zero (0) for form view, a one (1) for list view and a two (2) for table view. This function can be helpful when you are logging information about a users database session at a point in time or if a script requires a particular mode to operate. For example, table view will not show tab information, buttons or any number of other layout objects.
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