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The dBASE Book, Vol 2: Developing Windows Applications with dBASE Plus (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. April 2013

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Ken Mayer has used dBASE both as a hobbyist and as a professional coder for many years, starting with dBASE III+ and working up to dBASE PLUS. Ken worked for Borland, Intl. for two years as a Senior Quality Assurance Engineer on the Intrabuilder and dBASE products (Intrabuilder 1.0, Visual dBASE 7.0 and 7.01), and also worked for five years for dBASE Inc. as a Senior Quality Assurance Engineer, also working on dBASE (Visual dBASE 7.5, dB2K and dBASE PLUS, as well as dQuery). Ken was a contributing editor to dBASE Advisor magazine for the one and a half years or so it was in publication. He served on Borland’s TeamB (volunteer technical support) when Borland owned dBASE, and has helped many in the dBASE developer community. At this time he is a member of the dBVIPS for dataBased Intelligence, Inc., doing the same things he did with TeamB. He authored a good portion of the Knowledgebase articles that ship with dBASE PLUS, and authored the original dBASE PLUS tutorial. Some of the material in this book will look suspiciously familiar to any who have used the Knowledgebase. Ken has also been the librarian of a freeware library of code made available to all dBASE developers called the dBASE Users’ Function Library Project (dUFLP) for so long he’s lost count. He has been a speaker at Borland and other conferences on dBASE, speaking about coding techniques. Ken’s current job is as a full-time instructor at Heald College (in Concord, CA) for over 5 years, teaching Microsoft Office courses, and other Business classes (e-Commerce, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, etc.). When not working, Ken is very active in the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (http://www.sca.org), and enjoys cooking, movies, games, and reading. Ken lives in Walnut Creek, CA with his wife Carolyn Eaton and their two cats Rebo and Zootie (named after a pair of comedians from the science fiction TV show Babylon 5).


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If you had written complex programs in earlier versions of dBase that validate imported data and then process it using a maze of tables that import the raw validated numbers and then capture the processed values for export to spreadsheets you will find this book nearly useless. In dBase 8 a number of key commands have been excluded and the math functions work differently. And by the way, table line numbers still exist and still can be used though the book says otherwise. I purchased this book hoping that it would help me modify these old programs so they will run in dBase 8, but no attention was given to helping with old programs. Yeah, there is a reasonable disertation on the onboard OOP, but it is of a very simple scope where you can build some snappy frontends, forrms, queries, report generators, et al, but nothing that helps with heavy duty data validation and number crunching.
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