Can someone tell me the behaviour of next_in_sequence() and innovation_number() in a multifile.
Suppose I have records 1,1,1,2,2,3,4,4 in a 4ways mfs file. Data in each partition is:
0th : 1,1,1
1st : 2,2
3rd : 3
4th : 4,4

What will be the sequence of these records if I pass next_in_sequence() and innovation_number() ?

Also how can I extract 3rd record from each of the 4 partitions of a 4way multifile through AbInitio? In unix we can use m_dump


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