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Convert Dbase programs to Foxpro ones

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I'm new to this group. In my company in Japan, we have been using dbase
for almost 20 years, and we are now switching to foxpro.

Dose anybody here has experience in converting dbase programs from
Dbase to Foxpro ones? It seems the data conversion is not hard. But we
have hundreds of dbase programs that need to be converted to foxpro
ones. Could you please give me some advice? And here special tools for
this?

Jan 18 '07 #1
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Hi.
Dose anybody here has experience in converting dbase programs from
Dbase to Foxpro ones?
You would probably have better luck asking your question in a FoxPro
newsgroup. This newsgroup is dedicated to Microsoft Access databases.

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"Songyang" <so************@gmail.comwrote in message
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I'm new to this group. In my company in Japan, we have been using dbase
for almost 20 years, and we are now switching to foxpro.

Dose anybody here has experience in converting dbase programs from
Dbase to Foxpro ones? It seems the data conversion is not hard. But we
have hundreds of dbase programs that need to be converted to foxpro
ones. Could you please give me some advice? And here special tools for
this?

Jan 18 '07 #2

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"Songyang" <so************@gmail.comwrote in
news:11**********************@11g2000cwr.googlegro ups.com:
Dose anybody here has experience in converting dbase programs from
Dbase to Foxpro ones?
Yes, I have hundreds of hours of experience. Unfortunately my experience
happened twenty or so years ago. I might be just a tad rusty!
Jan 18 '07 #3

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