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Changes in C/AL Behaviour C/AL Statements in Nav 2016

The following table lists the summary of new, removed, or changed C/AL statements in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

Will come with more details in my later posts.

Statement Description
FOREACH New statement.

Iterate through a .NET Framework collection or array.

BREAK New statement.

Terminates the iteration statement in which it used.

Important

If your solution has used FOREACH or BREAK as names of variables in earlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you must change the names before you upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

Alternatively, you can enclose the variable names in quotation marks. If you do not, and you import an object that has this code in text format, you cannot compile the object.

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