dbfdump - dump xBase DBF files as text
dbfdump [-h] [-m] [-r] file
Dumps the contents of file to standard output. The first line contains
the field names appearing in file, and each of the following lines
contains the field values of a record. Field names and values are
padded by spaces to their field widths. Empty fields are printed as
the string "(NULL)".
-h Prints the column field definitions before other output. Each
field definition consists of a line of the form
Field: index, Type=type, Title=‘name’, Width=width,
where index is the zero offset column number of the field; the
type indicates the datatype of the field value and is either
"Integer", "Real" or "String"; name is the field’s name; width
is the number of bytes reserved for the field’s value; and
precision is the number of decimal places of precision for
"Real" type fields, and is zero for "Integer" and "String" type
-m Prints each record in multiline format separated by empty lines.
The first line of a record gives the number of the record in the
where record_index is the zero offset number of the record in
the file, and then each field of the record appears on its own
line in the format
-r Prints the exact bytes occurring in file for field values and
suppresses printing "(NULL)" for empty values.
0 Successful program execution.
1 Missing file argument.
2 Failed to open file.
3 There are no fields in file.
The following diagnostics may be issued on stdout:
There are no fields in this table!
Frank Warmerdam (email@example.com) is the maintainer of the shapelib
shapefile library. Joonas Pihlaja (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote this
Unless the -r option is given, values in numeric fields that overflow
the int or double types of the C language are printed as plus or minus
a huge number. For integer fields the huge value is HUGE_VALL from
<stdlib.h> and for real fields it is HUGE_VALF.
dbf_dump(1), dbfcreate(1), dbfadd(1), shpadd(1), shpcreate(1),