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Noob Question: How I select the first 4 records in my table (Firebird database)?

Posted on 2004-08-15
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I know how to implement that in a MS Access database (would be: SELECT top 4 * FROM MyTable).

Any of you know how i do that in a TABLE created in a Firebird database?

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