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database printing

database printing

database printing

(OP)
hey
i want to do this:
open $database
then write a NEW line to itat the bottom
then close it for next time

RE: database printing

please provide more information on your question like what type of output u want? what database are u using?

ttest


:) happy programming (:

RE: database printing

(OP)
Try the DBI module.  Look up the perldocs on it to learn how to use it.  If it's not installed, you can get it from CPAN. (perl -MCPAN -eshell, install DBI)

If you only want to perform read/write operations and don't care about performing selects and other relations, then you can simply write it to a text file.

Sincerely,

Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.
http://www.oac-design.com

RE: database printing

are we talking flat files here? Large RDBMS (oracle, informix,???)?  MySQL, SQL Server???  What OS???




keep the rudder amid ship and beware the odd typo

RE: database printing

if your database is a perl written database (.pag) try
dmbopen(%main,'main',0666); #to open the database file
     #"main" being the database
dmbclose(%main); #to close the database file

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