Purpose Create a variable number of elements with dynamically calculated screen coordinatesThis is useful for particular screen layouts where the number of elements depends on the application data. SolutionUse GuiXT variables as screen coordinates ExampleWe want to display a tabular overview showing customer shipping data per sales area. For a large number of sales areas the most obvious design is to use a table with one row per sales area. If we know that only a relatively small number of sales areas can exist for each customer, for example at most 12, a horizontal design is a more user friendly alternative; GuiXT Script  Offset (4,10) // customer number InputField (0,3) "Customer" (0,15) size=10 name="kunnr" _ techname="KNA1-KUNNR" -uppercase Text (3,3) "Sales area" Text (4,3) "Delivery Priority" Text (5,3) "Shipping Conditions" Text (6,3) "Delivery Plant" // read sales area data from table KNVV Clear text[r] Call "/guixt/dbselect" in.TABLE="KNVV" _   in.CONDITION="KUNNR = @KUNNR AND SPART = '00'" _  in.DOMNAME1="KUNNR" in.DOMVALUE1="&V[kunnr]" _  in.FIELDS="VKORG,VTWEG,LPRIO,VSBED,VWERK" _   in.ORDERBY="VKORG,VTWEG" _   table.VALUES="r" // field index Set V[k] 0// dynamic column Set V[n] 20 label next_salesarea Set V[k] &V[k] + 1 CopyText fromText="r" toString="vkorg" line="&V[k]" if Q[ok]    Set V[k] &V[k] + 1  CopyText fromText="r" toString="vtweg" line="&V[k]"    Set V[k] &V[k] + 1  CopyText fromText="r" toString="lprio" line="&V[k]"   Set V[k] &V[k] + 1  CopyText fromText="r" toString="vsbed" line="&V[k]"   Set V[k] &V[k] + 1  CopyText fromText="r" toString="vwerk" line="&V[k]"   Text (3,&V[n]) "&V[vkorg]/&V[vtweg]"   InputField (4,&V[n]) size=2 name="lprio" -nolabel -readonly   InputField (5,&V[n]) size=2 name="vsbed" -nolabel -readonly   InputField (6,&V[n]) size=4 name="vwerk" -nolabel -readonly   Set V[n] &V[n] + 9  goto next_salesarea endif // Group box around all fields Box (2,2) (7,&V[n]) "Shipping info per sales area" Components InputAssistant + Controls