I do understand that what I have mentioned before is very clear
What we mention is always very clear - to ourself
- it may not be the same very clear to others. . .
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but this is all the data I have, I am not very aware and clear of the "Record" you are talking of.
If you are to write code, i expect there to be more info somewhere. It may not have made it to you yet
The "record" i speak of is basically taking the series of input fields and showing some sample data for each of the fields (the data i coded above might be records). In your case, the "records" would include the actual length and content for the fields you want to compare.
Generically speaking, you may need to build a "real" field from the pieces you have as input and then compare the built fields. It is not difficult, but can be a bit tedious. Due to what i see to be unequal lengths in the values, you may need to do this coding to handle alignment.