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How to use the filter function?

How to use the filter function?

(OP)
Hi All
how to use the filter function of dynaSight?
I wish to give me a sample.
thanks!

RE: How to use the filter function?

Hello lincon,

If you need an example I would be glad to eamil you some examples. What type of database do you have?

Regards,
Leo

Leo A. Sinclair
Support Manager of the Americas
arcplan, Inc.
http://www.arcplan.com

RE: How to use the filter function?

(OP)
hi,LE0037
thanks. I use MS Sql Sever2000.
my email is lincon_sh@hotmail.com.

RE: How to use the filter function?

if you think of the FILTER()-Function

OBJ1          OBJ2             OBJ3
              [OBJ1]="a"       FILTER([OBJ2];[OBJ1])

a             1                a
b             0                a
a             1
b             0
c             0

minimax
minimax@dynasight.net
www.dynasight.net
www.antares-is.de

RE: How to use the filter function?

(OP)
thanks a lot,I see!

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