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Importing data

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Hello,
I have an old-ish Sybase dbms (SQL Anywhere v5.x) that does not offer a DUMP command.
The only way to extract data is to SELECT all of it, then OUTPUT it in some format:
csv, dbase2, dbase3, etc.
I searched the docs and faqs for information on importing data and could not find
anything about importing data.
I am (still) using os/2 so most (all?) of the GUI options are not available to me.
:-\

postgresql v7.3.2
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jimoe at sohnen-moe dot com
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Nov 11 '05 #1
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