Looking into Databases: Getting Started with Dbase IV

United Kingdom, 1989

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This program offers a good introduction to computerised databases. It uses the setting of a modern day library to illustrate the concepts and operations of a database system, showing the advantages over a manual approach. A simple book retrieval system is then constructed using the facilities of dBase 1V.

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