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Tabular Data Control

Abbreviated as TDC, Tabular Data Control is a Microsoft ActiveX control that is built into Internet Explorer 4.0 and later versions, that enables Web authors to extract data stored in a delimited text file. Using the TDC, a Web author can display data either within tables or within controls found in a form. This enables the Web author to create simple database functions without needing server side scripting such as PHP or mySQL.






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