What is the meaning FIND('=><')

icobaniicobani Member Posts: 70
I am examining Report 292 and I see
IF FromSalesHeader.FIND('=><') THEN;
'=><' what is the proper meaning.

Ibrahim COBANI | Dynamics-NAV Developer Team Manager
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    AlbertvhAlbertvh Member Posts: 516
    From online help

    This... Tells the system to search for...

    '=' A record that equals the key values (default)

    '>' A record that is larger than the key values

    '<' A record that is less the key values

    '+' The last record in the table ('+' can only be used alone)

    '-' The first record in the table ('-' can only be used alone)

    If SearchStr contains '=', '>' or '<', you must assign values to all fields of the current and primary keys before you call FIND.

    So if the primary key fields are filled in and you enter

    FIND('=><'); then Find will find equal to then greater than then less than the key.

    Hope this helps explain.
    There was an explanation of this in another post which I could not find.
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    jmjm Member Posts: 156

    here is the "other" post: http://www.mibuso.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8433
    Josef Metz
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