When I want to use bookmarks within a macro, I always use the random marks, taking care to save them on entry and restore them on exit, just in case they are already in use: [code:152foqpx] In definitions:
int line10, col10, row10, offset10;
[/code:152foqpx]I can use all ten random bookmarks, if I need to. But I’ve never gone beyond three. So I don’t see an advantage in trying to use any in the third set. If I needed to, then I would save/restore them the same way; and that would avoid any conflicts with any other uses, right? (Unless my macro called a system macro that just happened to use them without doing a similar save/restore. But such an omission wouldn’t be likely, right? <g>)
Given the above save/restore technique, what’s the advantage to using set 3 in DbTools? Speed? How much?