Applies the function to each of the elements in the query


BOOLEAN = QueryEach( query, function )
Argument Summary
query Array Object
function function to loop over the query data, passing in the element as the parameter to each. function(row){}


Supports named-parameter calling allowing you to use the function like:


Supports passing parameters as a structure using ArgumentCollection:

QueryEach( ArgumentCollection={
   query : ?, 
   function : ?
} );


You can easily iterate over the rows of the query by using the QueryEach() function or the .each() feature.

// Create a sample query; but this could be from a database
qry = QueryNew( 'name' );
QueryAddrow( qry, 1 );
QuerySetCell( qry, 'name', 'Andy' );
QueryAddRow( qry, 1 );
QuerySetCell( qry, 'name', 'Alan' );

// Callback function declared that accepts a row 
function queryLoop(row){
  WriteDump( row );

// Loop around each row
QueryEach( qry, queryLoop );

// Alternatively you can loop using the .each()
qry.each( queryLoop );

For each row in the query, the function 'queryLoop' is executed, passing in the current row. The row structure has the 'currentrow' and 'recordcount' variables set so you know how far along you are in the query. The callback function sits within the variable scope of the calling function, so it can interact with variables outside of itself.