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Data viewing tables

I have completely blanked out on this and I have done it a million times. I need to modify some tables in unix. What is the command for opening/viewing the tables?

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Hi,

What tables are you talking about ? Be more precise, please...
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I was looking to view table in one of my databases. I just found it. It's dbdef, simple enough but my mind went blank this morning!

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