conjx()

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Here’s how to use conjx() function.

CS .conjx()

Description:

Union the members of a cursor sequence, and return result as a cursor.

Syntax:

CS.conjx()

Note:

The function concatenates members of CS, a sequence of cursors, and returns result as a cursor. This is actually the merging of data in the cursors. Each cursor in CS must have the same structure.

Parameters:

CS

A sequence of cursors

Return value:

Cursor

Example:

 

A

B

 

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=directory@p("D://txt//")

=[]

Below are the three files in the txt folder

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for A1.len()

 

 

3

 

=file(A1(A2))

 

4

 

=B3.cursor@t()

 

5

 

>B1=B1|B4

Store the cursor sequence in B1

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=B1.conjx()

 

Union the cursors

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=A6.fetch()

 

Fetch data from the cursor

Related functions:

A.merge()
CS.mergex()