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a small clarification..

 
Siddharth Mehrotra
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i have read in the discussion borad here and also thought the same that if the column name is given as origin as in the exampole below the criteriasind should return "no match found" because the column name in the db.db file is Origin Airport and not orign as per the example given in the instruction manual.
example ...
"Origin='SFO'"

tell me if i'am wrong...
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Mark Spritzler
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Criteria take the form of a comma separated list of <field name>=<value to match> specifications.
For example, the following argument string would select all records describing flights by the SpeedyAir carrier that originate in San Francisco.
"Carrier='SpeedyAir',Origin='SFO'"

The first sentence says to me that it is supposed to be the fieldName, but the string Does not.
But I agree with you Siddharth. And looking at my code I do make it say "Origin Airport".
Mark
 
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