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How to get the all records number in DBGrid?

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I want to know how many records in a DBGrid. That DBGrid is using a Qurey. How can I get the number of records?
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A DB Grid does not specifically count the number of rows.  Instead, you must use the number of records in the data source for the grid.

If the query is MyQuery, then use:

MyQuery.RecordCount;

A more generic solution can be used if there is a potential for the grid to be tied to varying data sources.  In that case, you can use:

MyDbGrid.DataSource.DataSet.RecordCount;

This will return the number of records in the currently connected data set for the grid.

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You can access directly the RecordCount property of your TQuery... It actually returns how many records your dataset (TQuery) has. Since your DBGrid DataSource property is set to the TQuery DataSource, the RecordCount will represent the number of records that are shown in DBGrid.
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