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In-Memory DataSets: ClientDataSets and .NET DataTables Part 4: Navigating, Sorting, and Filtering

Let's Get Technical – In the preceding article in this series I discussed how to populate in-memory datasets. In this continuation, I will look at some of the ways that you can programmatically work with that data, including navigating, sorting, and filtering the data in memory. Active ClientDataSets are essentially a cursor pointer that refers to the current record in the dataset. To navigate which record your ClientDataSet refers to, you use methods of the ClientDataSet to change the current record. These methods include First, Next, Prior, Last, and MoveBy, to name a few.The following line of code demonstrates ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? caryblog@jensendatasystems.com @ 2010-03-21 00:14


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