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DBF under Pascal

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I need to access a DBF file using PASCAL.
I don't know about the structure of a DBF...
Does anyone can help me?
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omsec earned 300 total points
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Hi there...

check out :

ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/turbopa6/tpdb314.zip

A collection of units to access DBF-Files in TP6 Programs

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by:scroll
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Good, thanks a lot!
I got the file, but I use TP7, how can I convert the TPUs to use with 7.0? No way?

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by:eknoyon
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You will never be able to make it in TP7,
So go to mamma, and watch TV
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