Result_Flag as L = Query_From_Range()
Create a query from the current range, if one is in effect - returns .T. if new query created.
The <TBL>.QUERY_FROM_RANGE() method converts the current range into a query. A query is static, whereas a range is dynamic. You might want to convert a range to a query so as to get a count of the number of records in a range, or to prevent the range of records from changing dynamically. Result_Flag is .T. if the query was successfully created (i.e. a range was in effect), and is .F. if the query was not created (i.e. there was no range in effect)
The following code generates two queries, then deletes them
tbl = table.open("customer") Query.filter = "state = 'ma'" indx = tbl.query_create() Records1 = tbl.records_get() Query.filter = "state = 'ca'" indx = tbl.query_create() Records2 = tbl.records_get() tbl.query_detach_all() 'now, set the primary index to lastname order tbl.index_primary_put("lastname")