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Fixing damaged Paradox indexes

Posted on 1998-01-14
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Is there a way of discovering if Paradox tables are damaged within Delphi? Is there a way of repairing them?

I have downloaded a useful utility called Table Scanner that does this one way, but is there not an inherent way of doing it in Delphi?
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