Looking for the console CDBF alternative in Debian repositories or other
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CDBF for Linuxdownloadbuy nowhome page
developer: WhiteTown Software
size in Kb: 117
our rating: n/a
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Description: CDBF for Linux is a console DBF file viewer and editor with rich functionality. The program supports all kinds of memo fields (dBaseIII and dBaseIV, FoxPro and Visual FoxPro), it can repair damaged database files, can export data from database tables to a variety of formats (plain text, Clipper source file, FoxPro source file, SQL server script and more). CDBF for Linux contains a built-in hexadecimal editor that can be used for editing file headers, and a calculator in which field names can be automatically substituted with their values. Other program's features include: user-definable field headers, flexible keyboard shortcuts, ability to append to the edited file information from other DBF or plain text files, support for OEM and ANSI character sets, various kinds of sorting and filtering, advanced search and replace capabilities, quick access to frequently used files and more.