Can someone please let me know if the following is correct:

The "Select report summary functions" in a query offset,  can be found at 
offset 13C.  At that offset specified at 13C you find a 16 header that 
contains a space length and 32 byte entries that has a value corresponding 
to the summary functions chosen (1-5) for any field that has a summary 
function specified.

Within the summary function space a value signifies the function.  For 
example:   Summary function 1 has  a value of hex 80; 2= hex 20, 3 = hex 
10; 4= hex 8, and 5= hex 4.  If more than one function is selected, then 
the values are just added.  For example summary functions 1 and 5 = hex 
84.  The value is stored in a 2 byte binay value.

The "Select and sequence fields" space as a entry in its 32 byte space 
that gives the offset from the beginning of the "Select report summary 
functions" space for that field.  This is how you determine which field 
the summary function is for.

Is this correct?    Thanks for any help  you can give me.



Bobby.


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