The past couple of installments of APIs by Example dealt with database-related topics and utilities, and showed API-driven examples of how to take advantage of APIs when supporting the everyday tasks of a business application programmer. Today I continue down that path and present the Work with Database Files (WRKDBF) and Display File Field Descriptions (DSPFFD2) commands. Because I'm aiming to provide a useful set of database tools for programmers, I've also included links to a ...

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