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A speedy way to find how many rows are in a large table. Yuening Dai 12/8/1999 Database 18300
Using ActiveX Data Controls(ADO), transfering the content(records) of one table to another, this will be a great program.... and it will help you a lot.. Victor Francisco Cajarito 12/8/1999 Database 25961
Easy way to pass parameters to stored procedures of Oracle when using Command.Execute method in ADO. Yuening Dai 12/7/1999 Database 14950
Save ADO Recordset data in XML format file Yuening Dai 12/3/1999 Database 19040
A easy way to get data from MSAccess parameter query into ADO Recordset Yuening Dai 12/3/1999 Database 23556
This is a Family Address Book Program, created in VB6. BEFORE YOU BEGIN USING IT READ THE FILE README.TXT. Please send your comments, questions or sugestions to mailto:omarswan@yahoo.com OmarSwan 11/30/1999 Database 18412
Visual Basic Code Library - Workstation was designed to suit the needs of individual developers. It's a tool for storing and retrieving subs, functions, forms, modules, classes, APIs, constants and types. Michael Shapiro 11/30/1999 Database 15425
Visual Basic Code Library - Workstation was designed to suit the needs of individual developers. It's a tool for storing and retrieving subs, functions, forms, modules, classes, APIs, constants and types. Michael Shapiro 11/29/1999 Database 13906




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