A memory table is directly linked to the lists stored in memory. It automatically manages the advanced mechanisms for handling the list boxes.
A memory table corresponds to several lists managed in parallel. Therefore:
- all the columns contain the same number of elements
- the subscripts of the columns evolve in parallel
- adding or inserting a row into the table performs an insertion into all the columns
- deleting a row from the table performs a deletion from all the columns
The content of the table must be initialized in by programming.