Add a key value to an index.
Performs key value transformations similar to the ISAM function TransformKey().
Deletes a key value from an index. You must pass DeleteKey() the proper data record position for success.
Deletes a key value from an index, but does not require the data record number.
Search the index for an exact match of the given key. Do not use with indexes allowing duplicate keys.
This function finds the approximate number of entries between two key values.
Find the key value located approximately at the percentile specified.
Find the first key in the specified index.
Find a key that is equal to or greater than the target key.
Find the first key that follows the target key.
Get the number of entries in an index file.
Build an index with multiple key values when the key values are in sorted order. It works faster than AddKey(), but has some restrictions.
Find the last key in the index.
Find a key that precedes or equals the target key.
Find a key that precedes the target key.
Find the next key in the index, relative to the last key search.
Find the previous key in the index, relative to the last key search.