I'm not familiar with DBF files, or the PHP dbase functions. I've
found (very) few code snippets on the Web about DBF files...a class
on PHP classes and a couple of other brief mentions elsewhere.
I have a question: I was given a DBF file that I don't know the
structure of. Is there any way to read the column names and find out
what they are, or do I need to have someone send me a description of
the table structure before I can work with their file?
I assumed I could just read the structure, and then print the column
names out or smething, but I can't seem to find any examples of that.
Marc Antony Vose
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
-- Albert Einstein
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