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Re: Top 7 Programming Languages That Employers Really Want

On 10/19/2019 08:26 AM, deloptes wrote:
SQL comes
everywhere handy, because you have to store the data somewhere - but still
there is difference between Oracle, MySQL/MariaDB or sqlite. Each one has
its advantages and disadvantages - and SQL for the one is likely not
compatible with SQL for the other, though SQL is well standardized - the
implementations are different.

I used either dBase II or III about 30 years ago but have not used any database since. SeaMonkey stores bookmarks {and other stuff} in SQLite3 database files. My bookmarks are now massive and poorly organized. I have a mental image of how they could be organized in dBase.

Any reading suggestions on appropriate tools?
[I've other personal projects that would benefit from a database tool.]
I would like to read the existing data, edit it, and then print it out in a format that visually resembles a detailed "table of contents" with sub-headings more than 4 levels deep. When using SeaMonkey's export to HTML the resulting file is more than 6500 lines.

A nice extra would be the possibility of outputting in a format acceptable to SeaMonkey

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