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Copy the current record of a dataset 25-Aug-02
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			 Author: Tomas Rutkauskas

Copy the current record of a dataset

Answer:

I found this routine which copies the current record of the currently selected 
record. This is useful e.g. to keep a temporary record for display in a form.
1   
2   {************************************************
3   // procedure AppendCurrent
4   //
5   // Will append an exact copy of the current
6   // record of the dataset that is passed into
7   // the procedure and will return the dataset
8   // in edit state with the record pointer on
9   // the currently appended record.
10  ************************************************}
11  
12  procedure AppendCurrent(Dataset: Tdataset);
13  var
14    aField: Variant;
15    i: Integer;
16  begin
17    // Create a variant Array
18    aField := VarArrayCreate(
19      [0, DataSet.Fieldcount - 1],
20      VarVariant);
21    // read values into the array
22    for i := 0 to (DataSet.Fieldcount - 1) do
23    begin
24      aField[i] := DataSet.fields[i].Value;
25    end;
26    DataSet.Append;
27    // Put array values into new the record
28    for i := 0 to (DataSet.Fieldcount - 1) do
29    begin
30      DataSet.fields[i].Value := aField[i];
31    end;
32  end;


			
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