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dBaseIII+

dBaseIII+

dBaseIII+ was a popular and useful database management program running under DOS, the dBase database format is still widely used today. It was a far cry from todays GUI languages, when you entered the programming mode in dBaseIII+ all you saw on the screen was a full stop (period), this was known as the dot prompt.

I used dBaseIII+ in the early 80's as my first use of databases on the PC platform, however, like many developers moved to FoxPro for DOS as this had a far richer programming language.

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