Search Table.

Posted on 1999-01-17
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How can i search table in delphi from edit-box
Question by:tolvumeistari
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ID: 1362249
is this ok:
procedure TForm1.Edit1KeyPress(Sender: TObject; var Key: Char);
  Search: String;
if key = #13 Then begin {#13 being enter key}
Regards Barry

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ID: 1362250
Great!! Can you see me how to use Findnearest and some SQL Examples

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ID: 1362251
ok 2 things
1)  why you reject my answer
2)  i try to find out some examples for you

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ID: 1362252
B.T.W for findnearest just replace findkey with findnearest
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inthe earned 80 total points
ID: 1362253
For sample application open the demo's in delphi\demos\.
you should also read Database Dektop's help under Contents-SQL
There's a lot of helpful information on your Delphi cd-rom.  There is two help files, one for local SQL with  BDE, and one for the Interbase SQL there's also
a manual in Adobe Acrobat format that came with Delphi 1 that will be on your cd-rom.
with all the examples in these help files you should be on your way.


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ID: 1362254

This answer is excellent
Thanks again...

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