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DGENIUS is a collection of dBASE III Plus programs that allow you to create and maintain small databases on diskettes without knowing the dBASE command language.
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DGENIUS is a collection of dBASE III Plus programs that allow you to create and maintain small databases on diskettes without knowing the dBASE command language.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DGENI001.PRG 12958 3221 deflated
DGENI002.PRG 7362 2054 deflated
DGENI003.PRG 23652 3824 deflated
INSTALDG.PRG 3072 1071 deflated
READ.ME 1342 691 deflated
SKELETON.DBF 414 143 deflated
STARTUP.TXT 275 193 deflated
STRUX.DBF 270 134 deflated

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Contents of the STARTUP.TXT file


If you have a fixed disk (C), make a
c:\dbase directory and copy all files
into it. Start this program from dbase
by placing another copy of instaldg.prg
in the directory holding dBASE III Plus
(if different from c:\dbase) and typing
dbase c:instaldg.prg. That's it!


Contents of the READ.ME file


If you have a fixed disk (C), make a
c:\dbase directory and copy all files
into it. Start this program from dbase
by placing another copy of instaldg.prg
in the directory holding dBASE III Plus
(if different from c:\dbase) and typing
dbase c:instaldg.prg. That's it!





dGENIUS

Version 1.0

February,1987


dGENIUS is a collection of dBASE III Plus programs that allow you
to create and maintain small databases on diskettes without knowing the
dBASE command language. There are on-screen instructions for each
function as well as internal error trapping routines to help avoid the
most common and severe pitfalls.

dGENIUS was developed for trial use by a state government agency in
Pennsylvania and as such is in the public domain from start to finish.
You may do with it what you please. If you have suggestions or comments
or find glaring errors leave a message on the BBS where you got this or
contact the author at 717-787-4672 or by mail at:

Brian Corll
660 Boas St. #901
Harrisburg,PA 17102

This copy has its defaults set for a fixed disk (C) and a dBASE
directory. Default settings appear at the beginning and end of most
procedures, so be sure to change them if you need to.

With a little training on the use of the dBASE keyboard layout, any
person can use this system without wading through the dBASE manuals.

Enjoy it! I'm working on version 2!


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