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dbase IV repair database

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I need to check and repair dbase IV files.
Were I can find a routine/or VCL that help me fixing files
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Do you need this for the specific check of the common problem with wrong counter in DBF files (error: 'Not a database file') or in general?

If the 1st is true, i wrote this code in FoxPro, but I can also rewrite it for you in Delphi. Just let m know here.
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