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Kawa & getRecord()

 
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Hi,
When I used the getRecord() method to print the contents of the db in a for loop in Kawa, only 3 of the 24 records are printed. If I run the program from the DOS prompt, it prints all 24 records. Does anyone have the same problem?
Here's the code that I used
for (int i = 0; i < 24; i++)
{
System.out.println(x.getRecord(i));
}
Thanks
Justin
 
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view my last post on this. I had a similar problem with Kawa. For some reason it works perfectly well in debug mode. I think it's just slow cause if i made it sleep for about 100 millisecnds it catches up, otherwise no. Just run it not using Kawa.
 
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