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Review
In this lesson, you learned how frames are created and how to control frame handling. You should now be able to evaluate a simple procedure and determine its default framing.
Default frames are assigned to procedure blocks as well as FOR EACH and REPEAT statements.
Frames can be nested. The innermost iterating block creates a DOWN frame.
New frames can be created by using the frame phrase to assign a frame name.
Frame properties are additive within Progress procedures. Progress evaluates and combines all of the frame specifications for a frame.
The FORM statement can be used to combine field and frame specifications within a single statement.
The inappropriate use of frame control can result in record flashing.