Looking into Databases: Developing with Dbase IV

United Kingdom, 1989

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This program takes a new database user beyond the basics to an understanding of the meaning and operation of “relational” database systems. The narrator shows how a block diagram of a working library system can be developed and then using dBase 1V, “converted” into files and programs complete with modem menus.

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