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Python modules for accessing .dbf (dbase) files readme_dbfpy.txt jjk 11/15/99 2000-10-06 Hans Fiby

I have used this code, in various forms, to read .dbf files. It includes some experimental code to write to .dbf files. This code may provide a starting point for others.

Files:
dbf.py reads (and possibly writes) .dbf file data directly from disk dbfload.py reads an entire .dbf file into memory, provides access to data binnum.py a module to decode/encode binary numbers strutil.py a module of string utilities dbfnew.py a module to create new .dbf files county.dbf a sample .dbf file readme.txt this file dbfpy.tgz the distribution tarball

dbf.py and dbfload.py are independent ways to access .dbf files.

* !! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK !! * * !! NO WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER !! *

Jeff Kunce <kuncej@mail.conservation.state.mo.us> http://starship.python.net/crew/jjkunce/ Hans Fiby <hans@fiby.at> http://www.fiby.at

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