action = "(string)";
Execute this LISP function.
This attribute is a callback that executes a function when the user clicks a given tile.
For string, specify the name of a LISP function.
action = "(function)";
- Note that the tile action, known as a callback function, is more usually specified by the controlling program using the action_tile function. If an action is defined by the calling program, the DCL-specifed action is ignored.
- The action attribute cannot call an function.
- A tile can have only one action assigned to it, and action_tile overrides action if assigned by the program.
- Do not include the action function.
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Programming Overview of DCL (Dialog Control Language)
About Predefined Attributes
Programming Overview of LISP (LISt Processing) Language