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How do you duplicate a record

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I remember this command was established in dBase with "set carry on", so
when you added a new record, the last record would be copied.

Is there a command that will let you duplicate the current record you are
on - in code?

Basically I need something that will copy the record, and then I can modify
a few fields in this record.

Thanks
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Danny wrote:
I remember this command was established in dBase with "set carry on", so
when you added a new record, the last record would be copied.

Is there a command that will let you duplicate the current record you are
on - in code?

Basically I need something that will copy the record, and then I can modify
a few fields in this record.

Thanks


Let's say the last record was ID = 15. Create an append query to append
a new record from the record with id = 15.

That'd be the easiest way.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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