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Opening a Dbase IV database

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I need to open a DBase IV database using code in Visual Basic 4, Professional Version.  I've opened many Access databases before, but never a DBase one.  Does anyone know how to do it?

The file is located:

C:\bpark\database\bpark.dbf

Could someone please tell me what code will open this?  

Thanks.
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ssteeves,
check out:


how to Open dBASE ...
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q101/7/42.asp

Regards
Dalin
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Wasn't totaly what I wanted, but I figured it out.   I'll still give you  the points.  Thanks a lot.

Shane
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ssteeves,
I am glad that you are able to get it to work.
Good luck in your project
Dalin

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Thank you.
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