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How to access btrieve data file using C++, any shareware library available ( bFAST have been tried and error resulted] ?
And more, how the btrieve data file access detected using C++ programming ?
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There is more than one file format called btrieve so I gess you
shareware library don't use the same format as the file.

Try to create a new file by the library and access it by the functions in the library.

Sorry, but the last part of your question does not make sence to me. What do you mean by "How the btrieve data file acess detected using C++ progarmming"
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