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    Re: Database - Which Format ?

    Something different. It's much like Java was compiled to bytecode and then that was compiled to machine code when run. .NET worked/works much the same way, although there are ways to create...
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    Re: Database - Which Format ?

    If you are going to work with local data files of any sort, I will point out something now that tends to trip up a lot of people. You will have multiple copies of your data file and the one that you...
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    Re: Database - Which Format ?

    As suggested, a database is the way to go. If you have the Access application then that's a fair enough option. For file-based databases, Microsoft actually recommend SQLite, which was a competitor...
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