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  1. Sequential Reading Data

    We all know DataFlex is a great product to build database applications, most of the data will be entered by end-users and printed or otherwise processed. But what if you need to import data from other manufacturers? What do we have to do?

    Sequential I/O commands
    When we want to read data in a DataFlex application we can make a choice between the commands Read, ReadLn, Read_Block and Read_Hex. Of course before you can read the input stream (usually a file) needs to be opened ...
  2. On the same (code) page

    by , 17-Dec-2009 at 11:00 AM (Development Team Blog)
    International characters have always been very complicated to deal with in computer systems, and configuring your computer for your locale is often more difficult than it should be. Have you ever had the problem where extended ascii characters such as [IMG]http://support.dataaccess.com/forums/blog_attachment.php?attachmentid=59&stc=1&d=1260836739[/IMG] ends up being displayed in a dbForm or similar in your VDF application as [IMG]http://support.dataaccess.com/forums/blog_attachment.php?attachmentid=60&stc=1&d=1260836885[/IMG] ...

    Updated 24-Mar-2011 at 01:03 PM by Marcia Booth

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