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Data storage form

How the data will enter into the disk.

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If you give me a bit more detail about what you're trying to do, I would be happy to help.

I think you are interested in building a form that will add records to a database. Am I correct?

Tell me the language you are using, and the type of db. I know you are interested in SQL, but perhaps you are using Access.

If I guessed you are trying to create a web form that adds records to a database would I be correct?

The more detail you can offer, the more I can be of help.

Best Regards,

airoff (Alan)

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