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    Re: Database creation

    Quote Originally Posted by A_Singh View Post
    Thanks, can you help me with the code.
    If you write your own code, you need to process the file as a binary file, not text. I'd just use the Windows API call.

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...(v=vs.85).aspx

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    Re: Database creation

    Quote Originally Posted by A_Singh View Post
    I'll surely attach my file, but see I am asking for a good file format to create a database which can even be edited by c++, and that's what I have mentioned in my topic.
    SQL Server or MS Access.

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    Re: Database creation

    Quote Originally Posted by GCDEF View Post
    SQL Server or MS Access.
    Totally agree! 3
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    Re: Database creation

    Thanks, I resolved the problem by myself.

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    Re: Database creation

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    Thanks, I resolved the problem by myself.
    And could you share your solution?
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    Re: Database creation

    I can use an xls file. That works!

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