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I am new to Visual C++ programming. Can anyone explain me how can I access a Paradox (or DBase) table with Visual C++? I am using version 4.0 of MS C++ and Borland´s Interbase Server.

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Ricardo Peres
Coimbra, Portugal
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You need Paradox Engine library from Borland. There you get idapi.h and libraries for accessing Paradox and dBase databases. You can buy this Pdox Engine separately and it is already in Borland C++ 5.


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