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    Topic complex Table functions
    Function setauto()
    Short Sets the next AUTO number
    Syntax SETAUTO(DB [,n] : INTEGER) : INTEGER
    Parameter DB : table handle from OPENDB
    n : whole number
    Return Next auto number that is placed with the adding of a new record.
    See also:
    findauto() autorecno()
    Description With this function a new start value for the automatical numbering can be set.

    You have to pay attention that n is bigger than the highest so far placed with number, otherwise double auto numbers can occur in the table.

    Is the function called without the parameter n, those number is returned that the next new record will get.

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