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How To Write An X++ Select Statement

By Peter Ramer posted Jan 31, 2022 10:09 AM

  
One of the coolest parts of the x++ language is using a select statement. A select statement allows developers to fetch and manipulate data from a database. The data is loaded into table variables. Finally, these table variables can have methods where code be added to work with the data.
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