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v5:reference:recordset:atfirstpage [2016/08/13 19:04]
mnewnham
v5:reference:recordset:atfirstpage [2022/06/25 11:25] (current)
dregad Move see also below syntax
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-== See Also == 
-[[v5:reference:connection:pageexecute|pageExecute()]] 
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-[[v5:reference:connection:cachepageexecute|cachePageExecute()]] 
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 == Syntax == == Syntax ==
   bool atFirstPage(   bool atFirstPage(
      optional bool $status=false      optional bool $status=false
   )   )
 +  
 +== See Also ==
 +  * [[v5:reference:connection:pageexecute|pageExecute()]]
 +  * [[v5:reference:connection:cachepageexecute|cachePageExecute()]]
 +  * [[v5:reference:recordset:atlastpage|atLastPage()]]
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
 Used in conjunction with [[v5:reference:connection:pageexecute|pageExecute]], ''atFirstPage()'' returns true if at the first page set in a group. If the optional parameter is set true, it forces the current page to be the first Used in conjunction with [[v5:reference:connection:pageexecute|pageExecute]], ''atFirstPage()'' returns true if at the first page set in a group. If the optional parameter is set true, it forces the current page to be the first
v5/reference/recordset/atfirstpage.txt · Last modified: 2022/06/25 11:25 by dregad