|Exports database (DB, DBF, TXT, CSV) to clipboard or file (XLS, RTF, XML, HTML, TXT). There is an ability to specify number of database records to be copied into one line.|
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Viewing, editing, filtering, copying, exporting database (DB, DBF, TXT, CSV, ASC) to clipboard or file (XLS, RTF, XML, HTML, TXT). There is an ability to specify number of database records to be copied into one line (thus, if you specify 3 and database record count is 24, then database will be copied into 8 lines). You can choose which field delimiter to use and some other options. Command line is supported.
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New command line options; Data functions added
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