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From:Gerald Clark Date:August 30 2001 2:25pm
Subject:Re: physical record number
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No, but I accomplish nearly the same thing.

I added an auto_increment int field called _rec.
I use this as a record number, but there will be gaps, and SQL
returns rows in random order unless you impose some order with
an ORDER BY clause.


Zigmars Rasscevskis wrote:

> Is it possible to access (UPDATE or DELETE) record in database useing some
> physical record number?
> 
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