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Hi, if you want to know the no of rows in resultset without doing any work on that,then you just give the method last() on the resultset then it goes to last row of resultset.After that you can call the method getrows() it will give the return type int (row no)then you can easily find out the no rows. see the method currectly(getrows())in API.
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