dbSkip()

DBSKIP()

Moves the record pointer in the selected work area.

Syntax

      DBSKIP([<nRecords>])

Arguments

<nRecords> Numbers of records to move record pointer.

Description

This function moves the record pointer <nRecords> in the selected or aliased work area. The default value for <nRecords> will be 1. A DBSKIP(0) will flush and refresh the internal database bufer and make any changes made to the record visible without moving the record pointer in either direction.

Examples

      PROCEDURE Main()
         USE tests NEW
         DBGOTOP()
         DO WHILE ! EOF()
            ? tests->Id, tests->Name
            DBSKIP()
         ENDDO
         USE
         RETURN

Compliance

Clipper

Files

Library is rdd

Seealso

BOF(), DBGOBOTTOM(), DBGOTOP(), DBSEEK(), EOF()

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