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Translation of sql commands from ansi to paradox

Translation of sql commands from ansi to paradox

Translation of sql commands from ansi to paradox

(OP)
Does somebody knows links, data, or something else where the ansi sql commands are translated in paradox sql commands.

Example: what’s the paradox command for the ansi command "rownum" ?

Thanks for your help

RE: Translation of sql commands from ansi to paradox


Probably a translation in the wrong direction, but have you tried the 'local sql help'?

Found in your BDE directory.  localsql.hlp on my system.

Tony McGuire
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RE: Translation of sql commands from ansi to paradox

(OP)
Thanks Tony,

the in the localsql.hlp i found a lot of informations.
But I found nothing for the rownum command.
Is there another possibility to give me a counting number back ?
Example:

Counting_Number  Name   Adress
1                Peter  Street 1
2                Mike   Blvd. 2
3                Rosi   Street 5678

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