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From:Jerry Schwartz Date:September 17 2008 9:12pm
Subject:Finding gaps
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I have records that should be sequentially (not auto-increment) numbered,
but there are gaps. Is there any elegant way of finding the gaps?

 

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Finding gapsJerry Schwartz17 Sep
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    • Re: Finding gapsPeter Brawley17 Sep
      • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz8 Oct
        • Re: Finding gapsGerald L. Clark8 Oct
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              • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz10 Oct
                • Re: Finding gapsMoon's Father25 Oct
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                  • RE: Finding gapsUS Data Export27 Oct
    • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz17 Sep
      • Re: Finding gapsStut18 Sep
        • Re: Finding gapsMr. Shawn H. Corey18 Sep
        • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz18 Sep
          • Re: Finding gapsMike Diehl18 Sep
            • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz18 Sep
    • RE: Finding gapsMartin Gainty18 Sep
      • RE: Finding gapsJerry Schwartz18 Sep
    • Re: Finding gapsJoerg Bruehe18 Sep
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        • Re: Finding gapsMr. Shawn H. Corey18 Sep