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    Topic complex Table functions
    Function flushdb()
    Short Flushes the write buffer
    Syntax FLUSHDB(Tabellenhandle : INTEGER) : INTEGER
    Parameter db: table handle from OPENDB
    Return 0 (no return value)
    See also:
    writerec()
    Description If it is written buffered to a table with WRITEREC(db,x,1), at the end of the writing operation FLUSHDB has to be called, that the changes are transmitted. Particularly if new records are added, they are not saved without calling FLUSHDB.

    Buffered writing is normally not necessary, but it can increase the performance a bit when having a huge number of writing operations (import of big data base).

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