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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I found one of the best/easiest ways to browse and edit data in SQLite files is... using the Firefox browser. With the SQLite Manager [google.com] extension.

    It's insane, but Firefox uses SQLite intensely for its own purpose, and what this Firefox extension does is tapping into this potential.

    • Wow! What a great extension! Thanks for the recommendation. This advice alone justifies my blog posting. :-)