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Dear All

i have .db file. kindly provide me c# code for convert the .db into .mdb file.
i am using visual studio 2005.

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There is no way of knowing what type of database that is simply from its file extension.
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Oh, and as you plainly state you are using Visual Studio 2005 why are you posting to the C# 3.0/2008 forum!
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Check if there are any direct file conversion softwares, I am afraid this will not be that much explicit to convert an entire database

You can check if there is a facility to import the database into microsoft access

BTW, your question is highly vague and our assumptions might not help you
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