There are many times when it can be helpful to call a process, but only when a certain condition is true. As an example, we may want to restrict access to certain prompts on a screen if a person is not in a particular security group. This can be done by wrapping a condition around the SKIP process and then calling this wraparound process as the Process Before on each of the fields to be skipped.
There are three ways to handle a condition using SB+:
While it is certainly an option, using a BASIC subroutine for this purpose is a bit drastic. Therefore, this section will focus on only the first two methods.
Using a Conditional Process
Using a Paragraph