Result Type: number or text
TableGet(table) returns the number of rows in table
TableGet(table, key, colnum) returns the value in the Colnum’th column of the row in table with a key of key. Key is text.
TableGet(table, index, colnum) If Colnum is 0, the key of row index of table is returned as text, otherwise the value of the column Colnum of row index of table is returned as a number.
Examples: If MyTable is as shown below:
TableGet(MyTable) — returns 3 (the number of rows)
TableGet(MyTable, "B", 1) — returns 3
TableGet(MyTable, 2, 0) — returns “B”
TableGet(MyTable, 2, 1) — returns 3
Note: While you can pass a block of tab-delimited text to TableGet, you shouldn't. If you do this, MoneyWorks will laboriously convert the block of tab-delimited text to a table object for you. This is very time consuming and will make your report run very slowly—defeating the purpose of the TableGet function, which is to quickly extract data from an object that is already a table.
CreateTable: Create an empty accumulator table
Sort: Sort a delimited tabular string
TableAccumulate: Accumulate numeric column data for a key
TableAccumulateColumn: Accumulate data in one column for a key
TableFind: Look up a key in the table
Transpose: Transpose a tabular delimited string