Re: Mgt Info MI11 enhancement question
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- Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 12:47:32 -0500
- From: Howard Pasternack <Howard_Pasternack@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Mgt Info MI11 enhancement question
It you sort a list on a field which is repeatable, you can end up with
"dups" and sorting by record number brings the list back to its original
record count. However, if you append to a list, you can end up with "real"
duplicates and sorting by record number doesn't eliminate the dups.-- Howard
At 10:40 AM 12/14/2001, you wrote:
>At 09:07AM on 12/14/01, Howard_Pasternack@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Record number not equal to <cr> will find all the non-deleted records
> > in any type of list. One of the problems with appending is that you
> > can end up with a record listed twice if it is in both lists to begin
> > with. Does anyone know how to dedup a list after appending to it.
>Someone once told me that sorting by record number will dedupe a list.
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