Memo Pad files are extremely easy to modify, as you will see below.
If you install a database created with this class onto your handheld, it will overwrite the one that already exists on your handheld. This is because a new database will have the same name as the current database on your handheld and you can't change the name of the database otherwise the application won't work. This is obviously irritating -- please keep this in mind. An ideal use for this PHP class would be for talking to a conduit, where the conduit would upload the current data, the server would parse it and add/modify/delete entries with this class, the server would send the modified file back to the conduit, and the conduit would replace the device's database with the modified one.
Memo pad files already have a specified name, type, and creator ID. You don't need to worry about anything.
|$DB = new PalmMemo();|
This is the same as the base class. See Basic Use for more information.
This works just like loading files with the base class. Please see Basic Use for further information.
Memos support categories. This is the same as the base class. Please see Basic Use for more information and examples.
|$pdb = new PalmMemo();|
$pdb->SetText("This is the first memo");
$pdb->SetText("This is the second memo", 1);
$pdb->SetText("This is the third memo");