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Merge n Number of Columns of a table to one column Amit Khanchandani 8/2/2002 Database 5984
This code is used to created/Deleted runtime DSN-ODBC for Access/SQL-Server. Please Vote this code. The code is tested and working perfectly in my applications. (If some one need the complete code for SQL or Oracle just email at majidjavid2001@yahoo.com) Majid Akhtar Javid 7/26/2002 Database 8591
Basic ADO functions for beginners. Creating the connection and recordset objects in code. Add and delete records. Search for records. Demonstrates basic usage of the Toolbar for beginners. Kobus De Jager 7/25/2002 Database 9858
To Calculate Exact Time/Hour and You can modify as per your requirnment. Vb DateDiff Could not give us Exact Result. (Aqeel Ahmed) (Aroog) 7/24/2002 Database 7058
Function to generate next primary key (string) Abhijit Desai 7/18/2002 Database 5853
This is a simple function to avoid apostrophes error for processing by SQL Server or Oracle server Biju Joy(India,Kerala,Kottarakara) 7/13/2002 Database 5760
This is a Birthday Reminder program. It can store Name, Birthdate and Email ID. Whenever the program will execute it will show all the Birtdays in the current month. Before running the program, please read the Readme.txt. Indrajit Adhya 7/12/2002 Database 8985
Transfer data from FoxPro Table to Excel Ramon Alexander Mendez 7/7/2002 Database 6483




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