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|The DBSearch component provides a visual, simple to use but versatile search capability for your database applications. It can give your users the power of SQL without a learning curve. A user can search for values or patterns in one or more fields of a dataset using a built in Locate Dialog. In a value search, the search expression can be a simple value or an expression that evaluates to a simple value. The user can use the following tokens to construct an expression : +, -, *, /, =, >, >=, <, <=, (, ), & (And), | (Or), ! (Not), ^ (Xor) , ~ (Inv), % (Mod), %% (Percentage) Multiple search conditions can be combined using #and#, #or# or # not# logic. In a simple single condition #Starts With# search the component will automatically and transparently utilize any existing index to speed up a search. The component makes it easy for your user to track the progress of the search and, if required, cancel it. You can process your dataset records using search conditions, like you would in a SELECT or UPDATE query. You can search all types of fields including blobs. After a successful search the component returns to you the start and end points of the pattern match. You can use this information to mark the text that matches the sub-string or pattern. provides|
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|The TKAParser component is an expression parser, calculator and spread sheet engine. It can (1) Evaluate mathematical and string expressions that contain numbers, predefined variables and formulas. A mathematical expression may have any commonly used math functions. A string expression may have any commonly used string function. (2) Transparently track formula / variable dependencies. Consequently, the parser needs to re-evaluates a formula only when the value of a dependent variable changes, a feature that enables it to perform hundreds of complex expression evaluations every second. A caching mechanism further optimizes expression evaluation making the parser#well# Kick Ass! · Work with any number of user defined functions. (3) Gracefully handle undefined variables by assigning default user defined value|
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