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On Saturday August 20, 2016 JOSE MEDINA said:
I recieved this using Q&A for windows
QAWIN CAUSED A GENERAL PROTECCION FAULT IN MODULE QABCL.DLL at 001f:0484
I need help urgent!
On Wednesday January 27, 2016 Rick Reinckens said:
Our company still uses Q&A 4 for DOS. The bottom line is there is no way to access the database with other software.
The only possibility is to download the free personal version of Sesame from Lantica software. That is a modern DBMS from an independent company but it was designed to be able to access QA databases. You can "translate" the QA database to Sesame format and then access the Sesame version.
However, Q&A was really written for people without a programming background who were too cheap to hire a developer or who just wanted something real basic such as a telephone index or recipe database. It is EXTREMELY sloppy, allowing things like text in currency fields. Before doing an import you need to know Q&A's weird syntax to be able to detect the bad data and fix it before doing the translation.
On Thursday June 5, 2014 Marcus Nicolaas said:
I am just looking for a (free) tool to convert the Q&A 4.0 for Windows *.dtf extension to *.txt.
Please your swift reply.
On Wednesday April 23, 2014 Rademann said:
Does not run under Windows XP
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