VDS (Visual Dialogscript) - Software/Programming/Technologies - Freelance Database Systems and Web Developer I am a Freelance Microsoft Access Database and WEB Systems Developer/Programmer specialising in Database Development, Access, SQL, Foxpro. Design, Programming and Development of both local network and Internet based applications. +44 (0)20 8123 0528  

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Visual Dialogscript

Visual Dialogscript Visual Dialogscript V4

Visual DialogScript is a programming language and development environment that has been designed to enable you to quickly develop simple dialog-based programs or batch files for Windows 95/98/NT/XP with the same ease as you might have written a batch file or a Basic program for DOS.

The DialogScript language is easy to learn and similar to, though much more powerful than, a batch language or macro language. Visual DialogScript also includes visual tools: a Dialog Editor for designing dialog boxes visually, and an Icon Editor for creating graphical icons for your programs.

I have used Visual Dialogscript in many situations where the overhead of a fully featured product such as Visual Basic is undesirable. I have written a bespoke scheduler that runs in the system tray and undertakes processing at scheduled times.
I have also used it for creating bespoke FTP solutions for the automated backup of Internet based data.

 
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