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Set to use .NDX index file from CA-Clipper

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How to setup CA-Clipper (DOS version 5.01) to use .NDX index files. Usualy CA-Clipper use .NTX format for index files.

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Didnt I just answer this question?  If not, I will re-answer.
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I'll answer again anyway.  You need to change the RDD (Replaceable Database Driver) in your link starement to use the DBFNDX library.

Check your Clipper manuals on how to do so.  

Question: Why change them?  NTX and NDX are similar functionality, anyway.
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