I had asked a similar(not really) question last week but after I got what I thought I needed I was wrong and this is the logic I need.....
We have a web page builder built in ASP and when a section of the page is deleted I have to be able to realign the numeric values of the row where the section was deleted. The way the page is designed is by adding certain objects to your page(Header, line, paragraph, etc...), with every object having a row number. You can add more than 1 object per row. If you have 1 object in the row, you would have a row number(in my table its the SectionOrdinal field) and a row cell number(in table its SectionCell field). I have to be able to realign the SectionCell values after an object is deleted. If there is only 1 object in the row, its SectionCell value is 0. If there is more than 1 object in the row it is 1 based, An example of the data is attached. I also have some code written in my first attempt, which I will continue to work on, but if youd like to see it let me know.....
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