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by Martin J. Jansen

ePub Using dBASE IV for Database Applications : download
Author:
Martin J. Jansen
ISBN13:
978-0538615914
ISBN:
0538615915
Publisher:
International Thomson Publishing; 1 edition (September 8, 1992)
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Using dBASE IV for Database Applications. by William O. Drum, Martin J. Jansen. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Published September 8, 1992 by International Thomson Publishing.

This book breaks down the internals of various databases and data processing systems, and it’s great fun to. .

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This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for using dBASE IV. Users explore an existing database file, then create their own, searching, querying, and organizing data. Hands-on exercises and applications help users become proficient in dBASE use. A template diskette is required.