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From:Michael Dykman Date:July 19 2011 8:21pm
Subject:Re: Import .dbf files
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Andrew,

You are likely on your own for this one. It sounds like a job for a
reasonable proficient scripter.   DBase III was obsolete when I
started my professional career in 1988.  Even then, the files were not
compatible with DBase IV which you *might* find some tools for.

 - michael

On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 3:52 PM,  <andrewmchorney@stripped> wrote:
> Hello
>
> I am about to create a database in mysql. I would like to be able to import some
> dbase3 (.dbf) files into the tables I will be defining. What is the easiest way to import
> the table. Is there software that can be downloaded that will allow me to do this?
>
> Andrew
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Import .dbf filesandrewmchorney19 Jul
  • Re: Import .dbf filesMichael Dykman19 Jul
  • Re: Import .dbf filesMikhail Berman19 Jul
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