At 09:12 AM 2/19/95 -0800, Stefan Lanker wrote:
>>Can anyone tell me if FoxPro is the right choice to build a database for
>our strain collection? Specifically:
Foxpro is powerful and flexible
>=A5 Is the basic FoxPro 2.6 capabale of doing complexe searches with
>booleans etc or do I need FoxPro Professional Version to do this?
>=A5 Does anyone know if there is a demo version of both FoxPro 2.6 and the
Not sure, Phone microsoft at 9-1- 800-227-4679.
>=A5 Does FoxPro provide a programming language so that I can automatize
>certain recurring task, or create a user shell etc, or do I need the Prof.
>version for that?
>I appreciate any helpful hints about FoxPro!
>>Stefan Lanker, PhD
>The Scripps Research Institute
>Department of Molecular Biology, MB-3
>10666 North Torrey Pines Road
>La Jolla, CA 92037, USA
>>Email: lanker at scripps.edu>Tel: (619) 554-4312
>Fax: (619) 554-6165
>> I have been using foxpro for several years. It is friendly, fast and=
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