Calculates the buffer size required to handle a SFRecord or a
SFField. Usually this is done automatically but direct access to the
feature is provided for advanced applications.
variable = object.CalcBuffer(objectToHandle)
objectToHandle - SFRecord or SFField object.
returned value: The size in bytes of the buffer required
for the passed object.
Typical applications will not need to call this method - when a
SFRecord's BindTo method is called this method will be internally
called and the buffer size is set automatically. However if the
application needs something else - such as measure the buffer but not
use it you can use this method to obtain the actual size of binary
buffer required to handle a record or a single field.
Applies to: SFFilter object
Windows 95/NT and later
Windows CE 3.0 and later
Pocket PC/Windows Mobile 2003 and later
Windows CE.NET 4 and later