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How about using MS Access. That would be the easiest way.
SQLLite might be something to check into.
True, but that would require some knowledge of C and SQL wouldn't it?
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It would require some knowledge of SQL. If the database grew to the point that aporvearyan wanted to migrate to a "big" system, his code wouldn't be trashed, though.
It wasn't asked which existing database system you would recommend but how to BUILD an own database system. My short answer: Just don't do it, except you have a team of programmers with deep knowledge in that topic. Use on of the existing solutions.
I noticed that, but assumed that he/she meant database not DBMS because as you point out that is much too large a task for one person to take on, especially if they have to ask how. It only seemed sensible that he/she was asking a much simpler question.
you can use openoffice.org BASE. i use it and it's simple