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Get "Selection set" from DBGrid?

Erik N
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Is it possible to get a selection set from a DBGrid.
By setting dgMultiSelect to True, it is possible to select more than one record. I want to be able to get for example: Field number 3 in the second selected record, or the whole fifth selected record for example.

I run Delphi Developer 2.0 and the table is a DBase-table...

Thanx!
Erik N.
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1. See explanation in the file manuals.txt.
2. example:

var I, J: Integer;

  with DBGrid.SelectedRows, Table1 do //the records from the grid
                                        belong to Table1
  for I:=0 to Count-1 do //do some actions only on the selected                            records
  begin
    Find(Items[I],J);
    Bookmark:=items[I];
    Edit;
    //do something with the current selected record
    Post;
  end;

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Commented:
In the multi selected records case, Borland recommands to use the
Find method and not the GotoBookmark method (I Don't know why),
See the manuals.txt file.

Ronit,

10x for the advise!

ZifNab.

Commented:
Thank you Ronit, for your good answer.
I also thanks ZifNab for his comment, it helped a lot!

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