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Function dbseek

Writing functions:

dbseek(table, index)

Where table is a variable returned by the opentable function, index is a number representing a specific record, index, read/write.

This function moves the read/write pointer to the specified position.



The dbseek function is designed to move the read/write pointer in the database table to a specified position. Its task is to provide efficient access to data in the database, allowing you to operate with a specific pointer position in the table.

This function should be clearly structured and have certain characteristics:

Input parameters: the function must accept two required parameters – the database table to which the pointer should be moved, and the position to which the pointer should be moved. The table should be specified as a variable (previously opened using the opentable function), in, and the position as a number reflecting the position in the table (for example, the row index).

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