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export data from mfc-app to dbase format

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I want to convert strings and float numbers, generated in my mfc app, to dbase file format, so that the user can open this file in any database application (excel,access,oracle,...)he wants to, something like an file export function.
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there is not a format all DB can explain except String.
the String can be converted into every data format.
eg.
if you work with oracle you can use SQL function oracle provid to convert the data format.
such as to_date,to_number... they all can accept a string as a parameter.
if you see the ODBC online help, you will find every format can be converted to CHAR .
so with CHAR you will have more compatiblity.
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