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This procedure returns values from an FDA for a specified field. The IENS associated with a particular value is also returned. Use $$VALUE1^DILF if you want the single value associated with a particular file and field in a standard FDA.
(Required) File or subfile number.
(Required) Field number for which data is being requested.
(Required) The root of the FDA from which data is being requested.
(Required) Local array that receives output from the call. The array is killed at the beginning of each call. See the "Output" below, for the structure of the array.
See the .RESULT input parameter.
The output from the call is returned in the array identified by RESULT. Its structure is:
|RESULT||Number of values found for the specified field. If no node exists in the FDA for the field, RESULT=0|
|RESULT(seq#)||Value for a particular instance of the field. Seq# is an integer starting with 1 that identifies the particular value|
|RESULT(seq#,"IENS")||The IENS of the entry or subentry with the value in RESULT(seq#)|
>ZW MYFDA MYFDA("DATA",16200,"33,",4)=FREE TEXT DATA MYFDA("DATA",16200.04,"1,33,",1)=16 MYFDA("DATA",16200.04,"2,33,",1)=45 >D VALUES^DILF(16200.04,1,"MYFDA(""DATA"")",.MYVALUES) >ZW MYVALUES MYVALUES=2 MYVALUES(1)=16 MYVALUES(1,"IENS")=1,33, MYVALUES(2)=45 MYVALUES(2,"IENS")=2,33,
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