* Mike Nolan <nolan(at)gw(dot)tssi(dot)com> [250804, 13:23]:
> > I'm thinking about creating a table listing my shares (say 'Shares') and
> > then update its price column from a .txt file (say 'Prices') downloaded
> > from an internet site periodically.
> You'd probably be better off writing a small program in a language like
> PHP or perl that reads the text file and updates the table. That way
> the program can deal with bad data and other possible errors.
Do you mean putting the commands in a script or a more complex program?
[I've no idea about 'programming' in php or perl :-( ]
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