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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » UltraLite - C and C++ Programming » Application development » Developing applications using the UltraLite C++ API » Accessing data using ULTable class

 

Navigating the rows of a table

The UltraLite C++ API provides you with several methods to navigate a table to perform a wide range of navigation tasks. For more information about the ULTable class, see ULTable class.

The ULTable object provides you with the following methods to navigate a table:

  • AfterLast   Position immediately after the last row.

  • BeforeFirst   Position immediately before the first row.

  • First   Move to the first row.

  • Last   Move to the last row.

  • Next   Move to the next row.

  • Previous   Move to the previous row.

  • Relative(offset)   Move a specified number of rows relative to the current row, as specified by the signed offset value. Positive offset values move forward in the result set, relative to the current pointer position in the result set. Negative offset values move backward in the result set. An offset value of zero does not move the current location, but allows you to repopulate the row buffer.

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