DELETER tablename[recordnumber, count]

The syntax above deletes a specified number of rows starting from a selected row. If the row number is greater than the utmost row number then nothing happens.

  • tablename: The table name with full path.
  • recordnumber: The number of the row to start the deletion from.
  • count: The number of rows to delete.



Pactical example

Let's say we have this table:


Command:

DELETER table01[1, 2]

Output:

DELETERECORD :: TABLE01[1, 2]