|Subject:||Re: CHECK and CHECKPLUS
|Date:||Fri, 6 Apr 2018 11:51:04 -0400
|From:||"Steven Green" <email@example.com>
pdoxwin qbe is exactly the same.. doesn't matter where you post questions,
how many of us do you think there really are? :-)
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"Bernie van't Hof" wrote in message
I can see it can be done in sql using groups etc, but my problem, as usual,
is remembering how pdox worked.
Not is not an issue.
Is pdoxwin similar re qbe? Maybe I should ask this in another section?
On 7/4/18 12:43 am, Steven Green wrote:
> I haven't played with that in many years, but my guess is that paradox
> allowing a checkplus in selected fields, as apposed to all or nothing, is
> not reproducable in SQL.. probably done internally, the same way the "not"
> query is done.. create a too-big answer set, then reduce it, then display
> easier to explain with the "not" query.. it grabs everything the query
> requests, then does the "not" step separately.. you can can see that by
> testing the size of the answer table.. it might be empty, but it'll still
> be the size it was before it removed all the "not" records
> Steven Green
> Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
> Collectibles and Memorabilia
> Vintage Lego Sets and Parts
> - and Paradox support, too
> "Bernie van't Hof" wrote in message
> Pdox allows a query to contain both CHECK's and CHECKPLUS's which roughly
> translate to SELECT DISTINCT and SELECT in sql.
> sql does not allow both in the same query due to possible
> I thought I had this nailed, but on closer inspection it seems my
> recollection of how pdox works in this regard is not
> so clear, although I do remember sometimes struggling to get the mix
> Anyone help?
> - Bernie