dbfind - get named database description
DB *dbfind (dbname)
Dbfind searches the C/Base database catalog for the given database. If found, dbfind returns a pointer to a structure describing the database. If the database does not exist, dbfind returns a NULL pointer and sets the RMS error message to a description of the reason for not finding the database.
If dbname is an empty string or a NULL pointer, the environment variable DBASE names the database.
The structure returned by dbfind is defined in the include file <cbase/dbase.h>.
A value of NULL is returned if the database is not defined in the C/Base database catalog.
The returned value points to static data whose contents are overwritten with every call.