dbFilter()

DBFILTER()

Return the filter expression in a work area

Syntax

      DBFILTER() --> cFilter

Returns

DBFILTER() returns the filter expression.

Description

This function return the expression of the SET FILTER TO command for the current or designated work area. If no filter condition is present, a NULL string will be returned.

Examples

      USE test INDEX test NEW
      SET FILTER TO Name == "Harbour"
      USE testid INDEX testid NEW
      SET FILTER TO Id == 1
      SELECT Test
      //
      ? DBFILTER()
      ? testid->( DBFILTER() )

Compliance

Clipper

Files

Library is rdd

Seealso

DBRELATION(), DBRSELECT()

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