IMPORT - obs_id
... MAJOR-ID id1 [MINOR-ID id2] ...
Outside of classes, the addition
ID of the statement
DATABASE can be replaced by these additions when database tables are imported. When
id2 are specified, the same rules apply as for
A data cluster is imported
whose ID in the first part matches the value of
id1. If MINOR-ID
id2 is also specified, the data cluster is imported whose ID in the second part (at the positions
after the number of characters specified in
id1) is greater than or equal to the value in
id2. The search is canceled once the first match is found.
id2, note that this data object must either only contain digits or only letters, since mixed forms can produce differing search results (depending on the platform).
MINOR-IDare obsolete, since the specified ID is not unique. The ID can be created in the program instead.
If a data cluster with the ID "Sausage" was exported, this statement is found when
"Sau" is specified. It is also found if "ab" is specified as
MINOR-ID, but it is not found if "yz" is specified as