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There doesn't seem to be any way to embed the name of the fields in a
text file for either MySQL or Postgres.

So, for example, if I had a tab delimited table of all my MP3's on a
Win32 partition as well as all the MP3's on my laptop and I wanted to
access them from a php/postgres application from either windblowsXP on
one partition or Linux on another Application, I can't embed the name of
the fields in the text table. I'd have to use another file containing
those fields in order.

Anyone know anyother way to do that?

How does the field order of an RBASE file get stored?
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