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Sqlite database non-unique index

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I am working on a sqlite database, and I need to create non-unique non-primary keys to help with lookup speeds.

Is this possible to do?  I have seen code to add an index, but not create it with an index.

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Hi TAF2000,

Use the CREATE INDEX statement without UNIQUE


Good Luck!

Gary
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