Larry,

Try posting this to the C400-L list

But as a hint, you shoul be looking at the _Rwrite() function...

--phil

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Sent: Tue 1/8/2002 7:22 PM
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Subject: Accessing externally described file in a C program



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Can someone help me here.

 What I need is a C program that reads an externally described DB file and
does something (anything) with a field in that file.  The C programmers
guide
doesn't have an example that is very helpful.

I can read a file and I know how to create a structure I'm just not sure how

to combine them.  I'm sure it's very simple and I'm just missing it.

Thanks,

Larry
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