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Open .DBF from Visual Studio 2012

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Hello..

I need a little assistance with some coding.  I need to open a DBase5 .DBF file, run a select query, and then format the resulting data into a text file.  Any idea how this can be done?

Thanks in advance.

BTW, I prefer the code be written in VB.

 - Tim
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