Updating a row in a gridview

In addition to SQLite's default Maximum Length Of A LIKE Or GLOB Pattern The pattern matching algorithm used in the default LIKE and GLOB implementation of SQLite can exhibit O(N^2) performance (where N is the number of characters in the pattern) for certain pathological cases. Cursor Factory cursor Factory, boolean distinct, String table, String[] columns, String selection, String[] selection Args, String group By, String having, String order By, String limit, Cancellation Signal cancellation Signal) query With Factory(SQLite Database.

Cursor Factory cursor Factory, boolean distinct, String table, String[] columns, String selection, String[] selection Args, String group By, String having, String order By, String limit) When a constraint violation occurs, the command aborts with a return code SQLITE_CONSTRAINT. If a NOT NULL constraint violation occurs, the NULL value is replaced by the default value for that column.

But any changes to the database that the command made prior to encountering the constraint violation are preserved and are not backed out. If the column has no default value, then the ABORT algorithm is used.

CGrid View displays a list of data items in terms of a table.

Each row of the table represents the data of a single data item, and a column usually represents an attribute of the item (some columns may correspond to complex expression of attributes or static text).

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