Category : Dbase (Clipper, FoxBase, etc) Languages Source Code
Archive   : ACID-ET2.ZIP

 
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Excellent dBase and Clipper development system. Part 2 of 2.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
AC_BLINE.DBF309151deflated
AC_PHASE.DBF431215deflated
AC_SETUP.DBF2091601deflated
AC_SETUP.DBT60822767deflated
SYS_ACCS.DBF303131deflated
SYS_ALSO.DBF84091306deflated
SYS_CALL.DBF197072569deflated
SYS_DBFS.DBF136882750deflated
SYS_DBFS.DBT261834504deflated
SYS_DDIR.DBF7109510202deflated
SYS_DDIR.DBT1316759376deflated
SYS_DEWU.DBF19563deflated
SYS_DFLT.DBF16362deflated
SYS_FLAF.DBF532183deflated
SYS_FLAF.DBT4634915deflated
SYS_FLTR.DBF1869523deflated
SYS_FLTR.DBT148931717deflated
SYS_FSRC.DBF870344deflated
SYS_FUSE.DBF19564deflated
SYS_HTOC.DBF366535025deflated
SYS_INDX.DBF308315198deflated
SYS_INFO.DBF675198deflated
SYS_INFO.DBT512394deflated
SYS_KEYS.DBF7838deflated
SYS_KEYS.DBT512406deflated
SYS_LKUP.DBF25996deflated
SYS_LOG.DBF1916536deflated
SYS_LOG.DBT512392deflated
SYS_MEMO.DBF6739deflated
SYS_MEMV.DBF451149deflated
SYS_MEMV.DBT512392deflated
SYS_NTXS.DBF43931215deflated
SYS_NTXS.DBT563522985deflated
SYS_NUSE.DBF1342387deflated
SYS_OFFS.DBF6734deflated
SYS_PERS.DBF71681058deflated
SYS_PERS.DBT7691776deflated
SYS_PHNT.DBF13154deflated
SYS_PHON.DBF57172deflated
SYS_PICK.DBF6734deflated
SYS_PRGS.DBF12897913180deflated
SYS_PRGS.DBT20758532599deflated
SYS_PRGS.FW35926416536deflated
SYS_PRTR.DBF891233121deflated
SYS_QERY.DBF16361deflated
SYS_RPFT.DBF2815579deflated
SYS_RPTS.DBF1630467deflated
SYS_RPTS.DBT49841940deflated
SYS_SCRN.DBF24066deflated
SYS_SCRN.DBT201873402deflated
SYS_TBLC.DBF16362deflated
SYS_TREF.DBF13152deflated
SYS_XDBF.DBF136882742deflated
SYS_XDBF.DBT261834494deflated
SYS_XDDR.DBF7109510202deflated
SYS_XDDR.DBT1316759389deflated
SYS_XREF.DBF22774deflated
TPCREAD.ME.HTML294221deflated


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  3 Responses to “Category : Dbase (Clipper, FoxBase, etc) Languages Source Code
Archive   : ACID-ET2.ZIP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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