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Contents of the READ.ME file


DATA BASED ADVISOR PROGRAM DISK VOL. 9, NO. 9 Sept. 1991
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READ.ME This file.
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The following files are ZIPped files. To extract the source files,
obtain a copy of PKUNZIP from CompuServe's DBADVISOR Forum and type
PKUNZIP at the DOS prompt without the ZIP extension...

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HARDCORE CLIPPER

Getting Inside GETs

By Rick Spence

Learn how GETS are implemented as objects and stored in a public
array called GETLIST.

Spence.zip

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MAC RUBEL'S POWER TOOLS

More Valid Routines

By Malcolm C. Rubel

Users can exit READs in ways that avoid your Valid routines. Here are
some functions to make sure they don't.

Rubel.zip

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FOXPRO TIP

Windows Exactly

By Vincent Lozupone

Instead of guessing, this technique will let you know exactly where
your window will end up.

Foxtip.zip

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CLARION TIP

List Screens to Printer, Revisited

By Alan A. Dunwell

This procedure prints the active screen, including the lines.

Clartip.zip

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PARADOX DEVELOPER

16 Tips for Developing Paradox Apps

By Tim Colling

These tips will help enhance your programs' performance and speed
your development of large-scale Paradox projects.

Paradox.zip

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CLIENT/SERVER ADVISOR

PowerScripting with PowerBuilder

By Bob Zurek

PowerBuilder is yet another entry in the Windows-based front-end race.
It's based on the HyperCard metaphor for developing GUI applications,
and runs against leading relational database servers -- like SQL Server,
SQLBase, and Oracle Server.

Zurek.zip

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CLIENT/SERVER ADVISOR

Visual Basic Meets SQL Server

By Jeff McCashland and Stefan Papp, Microsoft MIS

You can use Visual Basic as a development platform for Windows client
applications. The authors, who work for Microsoft MIS, use Microsoft's
VBSQL to hook Visual Basic to SQL Server, but you can apply these
techniques to use other DLLs.

Vbsql.zip

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CASE STUDY

What Our Ordering and Tracking System Taught Me About Paradox

By Vince Kellen

An inside look at Unocal's Business Systems Department and how they
developed a Paradox application for tracking service and product
requests.

Casestdy.zip

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CLIPPER TIP

An Open and Shut Case

By Nick Reyes

Don't assume your application has access to the database files it
needs. Be sure of it with these functions. (The winner of our
DevCon UDF contest.)

Cliptip.zip

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X-BASE DEVELOPER

Create Files On the Fly!

By Steve Freides

WRITE -- a file-replicating utility that builds your application's
files automatically.

Freides.zip

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This month's demo is OBJECTive Software's Viewit, a Clipper 5 utility
for creating and manipulating user-defined objects to enhance browse
functions. If you want to know more about Viewit, you might want to read
Dave Duchesneau's article, "Browse Objects via Viewit," in the August
issue of DATA BASED ADVISOR, or contact OBJECTive Software, 249 S.
Highway 101, Suite 566, Solana Beach, Calif. 92075, phone (619)
792-9754. To get a copy of the demo, just call our Customer Service
Dept. at (800) 336-6060 or (619) 483-6400, or download it from
CompuServe's DBADVISOR Forum.

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