Definition of recordset in English:


Syllabification: rec·ord·set
Pronunciation: /ˈrekərdˌset


A set of records in a database that share an identifiable or isolatable characteristic.
More example sentences
  • Lesson 3 brings in databases and connectivity issues as well as adding recordsets to documents.
  • I finally think I know where the best place to put database access code is, the best way to use ADO to get recordsets, the best way to separate HTML and code, etc.
  • When your code calls the function to open the recordset, that function probably allows for a default cursor type, meaning that you do not have to explicitly specify what cursor type to use - your code can just accept the default.

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