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Class

Table

Name

findRow()

Examples
Table table;

void setup() {

  table = new Table();

  table.addColumn("name");
  table.addColumn("type");

  TableRow newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "Lion");
  newRow.setString("type", "Mammal");

  newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "Snake");
  newRow.setString("type", "Reptile");

  newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "Mosquito");
  newRow.setString("type", "Insect");

  TableRow result = table.findRow("Reptile", "type");
  println(result.getString("name"));  // Prints "Snake"

}
Description Finds the first row in the Table that contains the value provided, and returns a reference to that row. Even if multiple rows are possible matches, only the first matching row is returned. The column to search may be specified by either its ID or title.
Syntax
.findRow(value, column)
.findRow(value, columnName)
Parameters
value String: the value to match
column int: ID number of the column to search
columnName String: title of the column to search
ReturnsTableRow
RelatedgetRow()
rows()
findRows()
matchRow()
matchRows()
Updated on November 10, 2017 05:36:31pm EST

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