Unview - Function Summary
Closes window views, except main view.
/all - Close all views, including main view
/only - The only refinement.
face - Close a single view (must be: object)
The UNVIEW function is used to close a window previously opened with the VIEW function. By default, the last window that has been opened will be closed. To close a specific window, use the /only refinement and specify the window's face (that which was returned from a layout, for example). All windows can be closed with the /all refinement.
The example below opens a window that displays a Close button. Clicking on the button will evaluate the UNVIEW function and the window will be closed.
Note that the VIEW function will not return until all windows have been closed. (Use VIEW/new to return immediately after the window is opened.)
The next example will open two windows, then use UNVIEW/only to close each one separately.
You could have closed both windows with the line:
flash - Flashes a message to the user and continues.