From Xojo Documentation
Additional UI controls for a cell.
|None||A standard plain cell. This is the default for cells.|
|Disclosure||You use the disclosure indicator when selecting a cell results in the display of another table view reflecting the next level in the data model hierarchy. This does not track touches, so it does not call the iOSTable.AccessoryAction event handler. Looks similar to a right arrow or "greater than" symbol.|
|Detail||You use the detail disclosure button when selecting a cell results in a detail view of that item (which may or may not be a table view). This tracks touches and touching it calls the iOSTable.AccessoryAction event handler. Looks like an "i" within a circle.|
|Checkmark||You use a checkmark when a touch on a row results in the selection of that item. This kind of table view is known as a selection list, and it is analogous to a pop-up list. Selection lists can limit selections to one row, or they can allow multiple rows with checkmarks. This does not track touches, so it does not call the iOSTable.AccessoryAction event handler. Looks like a checkmark.|