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DBASE IV restructuring at run-time

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hello
I would like to restructure a dbase IV at run-time(meaning adding/removing fields and adding/removing indexes)
from the actual table.

i know how to create a table at run-time-but i don't know how to change it.
Few(and they are few) lines of code will be very helpfull

Thanx Tomer
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Tomer,
      Yeh this can be done with a little fiddling. I have asked a similar question in the past of which Zifnab answered. Go here and have a look

http://www1.experts-exchange.com/bin/Q.10065643


Hope it helps. It helped me heaps and I got it working beautifully.

WESTY :)

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thank youvery much...
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No problems. I just hope it helped you.

WESTY :)
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