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Posted on 2000-04-14
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why this not work?
table1.filter:='name = quake';

this line works fine:
table1.filter:='size>=300';

thanks.

janozzy
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this works
table1.filter:='name = ''quake''';
you must add quotes dor strings

regards, Marc

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sorry you should read :

you must add quotes FOR strings
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thanks mhervais
so easy but but....:)
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