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Figure 6.7 Illustration of a hybrid scheme with P2MP LSP in the core and PIM islands at the edge
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Table Name argument: The Table Name argument takes on different types of values depending on whether you select Import or Export in the Transfer Type argument field. When you are exporting from Access to Excel, the Table Name argument will be the name of the Access object you want to export. You enter the name of a table or query in this field. You will not have a drop-down menu to choose from, so you must manually type in the table or query name. When importing a spreadsheet, the Table Name argument is the name of the Access table to which you will import. If the table name does not exist, Access will create a new table with that name. If the table name already exists, Access will append the imported spreadsheet to the existing Access table.
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As with the SELECT command, the use of an asterisk specifies the deletion of all records from a particular table. The WHERE clause is used along with the selection criterion to specify the selective deletion of records from a table. The syntax in such a case will be:
that we determine should be members of the composite for the month are the composite s constituent portfolios for the period. For each composite the constituent list could change from month to month. Most changes to the composite constituent list are made because a new fund has opened or a fund has closed. Funds are typically added to a composite for the rst full measurement period after the inception of the fund. Using our sample funds in Exhibit 20.2, if the returns are being calculated on a monthly basis and the inception date for Fund 6 was during the month of November, then this fund will be added to a composite starting in December. The same convention is used for funds that are terminated. Assuming Fund 7 was closed during December, November is the last full month that it is included in the composite return calculation. In addition to fund openings and closings, there are several other reasons why a fund might be included as a composite constituent for some periods but not others:
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