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Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0 by Francesco Balena

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The Recordset Object

The Recordset object contains all the data that you read from a database or that you're about to send to it. A Recordset can include several rows and columns of data. Each row is a record, and each column is a field in the record. You can access only one row at a time, the so-called current row or current record. You navigate through a Recordset by changing the current record.

ADO Recordset objects are much more versatile than their DAO and RDO counterparts. For example, you can create an ADO Recordset object yourself, without being connected to a database. Or you can retrieve a Recordset from a database, close the connection, modify the data in the Recordset, and finally reestablish the connection to send all your updates ...

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