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TQuery.Open; TQuery.First;

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Is it granted that after TQuery.Open the cursor is positioned at the first record or do I have to explicitly call TQuery.First?

How about TTable?

Is this true in C++Builder?
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Question by:juris
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Yes to all.  The cursor will always start off at the beginning of your table/query.  (C++ Builder too.)

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