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Source code from Nantucket News Vol 3 No. 4.
File NAN0304.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Dbase Source Code
Source code from Nantucket News Vol 3 No. 4.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CONORDER.PRG 1463 679 deflated
CRYPT.PRG 4225 1458 deflated
DRIVE.PRG 807 433 deflated
HELP.PRG 1886 856 deflated
MAKLNK.PRG 6072 2158 deflated
NNV3N4.TXT 1451 757 deflated
OPNMODES.PRG 5861 2238 deflated
ORADBF.DBF 775 308 deflated
TRUNC.PRG 613 354 deflated

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Contents of the NNV3N4.TXT file

Nantucket News [tm], January/February 1989
Volume 3, Number 4

Program Disk Contents:

Disk-Based Help -


Simple Cryptology -

Oradbf.dbf (sample)

Conditional Indexing -


Make Definition File Utility -


Program Shorts -

Trunc.prg [Truncate()]
Drive.prg [CurDrive()]

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