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    Perl Archive : Databases : DBM
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      Databases@ (80)
    Add, modify and delete data from databases online.
    Flat File,SQL,Oracle,MySQL,DBM,ODBC,LDAP
     
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      DataCat Database Utility   

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     Price: 199

    DataCat offers a cOMPLETELY customizable database utility- including an "item" database and a user database...users can add, modify, and remove their listings (if you choose to let them). System can be used for classifieds, link directories, real estate listings, news archives, etc. Apperance, layout, data fields, and search/list options are totally customizable.

     (Added: Fri Dec 21 2001 Hits: 1052 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)

      DBMEdit   

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    This program displays a DBM database as a table, and provides auto-sized forms to add or edit records. You can edit your existing DBM files or create new ones.

     (Added: Fri Jul 09 1999 Hits: 1684 Rating: 7.00 Votes: 1)

      DbmTk   

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     Price: Free   License: Free, Unrestricted

    DbmTk is a free Perl/Tk based SDBM database editor. You can edit exicisting SDBM's and create new ones.

     (Added: Thu May 15 2003 Hits: 611 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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