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DBase membership list - excellent examples of user interface coding.
File MEMBER.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Dbase Source Code
DBase membership list – excellent examples of user interface coding.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
AM-1.PRG 1408 679 deflated
AM-2.PRG 1792 786 deflated
AM-3.PRG 2048 675 deflated
AM-4.PRG 1792 717 deflated
AM-5.PRG 1152 546 deflated
CONFIG.DB 128 18 deflated
CURSOFF.BIN 12 12 stored
CURSON.BIN 21 21 stored
ERRCHK.PRG 1792 703 deflated
EXPIRED.QRY 23 23 stored
GENMBR.DBF 1214 456 deflated
LIST80.FRM 1990 928 deflated
MDFIELDS.PRG 640 267 deflated
MDGEN.PRG 1536 477 deflated
MDINDEX.PRG 640 280 deflated
MDKEYINT.PRG 640 241 deflated
MDKEYS.DBF 864 103 deflated
MDKEYSET.PRG 1792 574 deflated
MDLABEL.PRG 2688 1035 deflated
MDMAIN.PRG 3328 1077 deflated
MDMOD.PRG 5120 1882 deflated
MDMODFRM.PRG 1152 524 deflated
MDMODLBL.PRG 1152 525 deflated
MDMODQRY.PRG 1152 519 deflated
MDPACK.PRG 896 387 deflated
MDPROC.PRG 4992 1566 deflated
MDRECALL.PRG 768 323 deflated
MDREPORT.PRG 2688 1030 deflated
MDSHODOC.PRG 1024 454 deflated
MDVARS.MEM 81 38 deflated
MEMBERS.BAT 128 34 deflated
MEMBERS.DBF 1536 561 deflated
MEMBERS.TXT 10112 3066 deflated
NAME.NDX 1024 506 deflated
ONE-UP.LBL 1034 102 deflated
READ.ME 768 424 deflated
RENEW.QRY 50 36 deflated
STOPRPT.PRG 512 269 deflated
ZIP.NDX 1024 518 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file


The following steps are suggested for installing and running the MEMBERS
application.

1-- Create a new directory called MEMBERS

2-- Copy MEMBERS.ARC into the above directory and use ARC.EXE to extract
all files.

3-- Use the DOS PATH command to create (if one doesn't already exist)
a path to the directory containing dBase III +. For example:

PATH \dbase (assuming dBaseIII+ is in directory "dbase")

4-- Modify the CONFIG.DB file provided, to specify this same path.
For example, to match the example DOS path setup in step 3, CONFIG.DB
should contain:

path=\dbase

5-- While in the MEMBERS directory, start the program by executing
MEMBERS.BAT (type MEMBERS at the DOS prompt).


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