TABLEROW identifies a row in a table and is defined as follows.
type TABLEROW is INTEGER, STRING
The interpretation of a TABLEROW value depends on whether the type is an integer or a string.
- An integer value specifies the 1-based index of the row.
- A string value specifies the value of a column. The row is then obtained by searching for that value in the first column
of the table. To search a column other than the first, the value should be preceded by the column name and an equal sign:
"column-name = value". The value can contain wildcard characters. (You can also specify the index of the row as a string,
in the form "#n" where
n is the numerical index of the row.)