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Question: In coding the example given in Chapter 13, pages 530 - 532 "Moving.ASP" I was successful in obtaining a correct page display in IE 6.0, however, when formating the list, ie. Start at record 100 and reverse the order, I notice that the "order" of the records is not correct. For example, when the code is requested to start at record 100 and the direction is reverse, the displayed page in IE 6.0 starts with record number 96. Additionally, some of the records are not in the correct order. Record number 46 may appear between record numbers 16 and 15 and record number 208 may appear between record number's 56 and 55. This does not happen when the Format is start at record 1, direction forward. I don't believe that this is a coding error, but rather a program error? Has anybody had a simular problem? If so, what did you do to correct said problem.

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Tested mine but eventually not enough. Tried what you did and I got the same problem.
Now I need to re-test and revise.
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I did additional testing and found that the problem exists when the direction is "forward" as well. The same problem occurs. When requesting start at record 100, direction forward, the data starts out on record number 96. I do beleive that the coded program as written is faulty. However, the question remains, how to Fix??

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