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I need to make a database, and i'm not sure how to go about it...i have a lot of VB experience but NONE with databases...just need an example that loads a database (the ones that come with vb are confusing)...the example needs to load the db, read records, write records...and load all records.


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Brian G.
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Hi,
here a simple but complete access DB tutorial. You can find also some code samples (create DB, extract records, do SQL queries ...)http://161.58.186.98/databases/dbtutorial/

cheers Marco

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