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  • FXP FILES CONVERSION (TO PRG FoxPro program)

    fOXPRO REL 2.6 (FOR dos) CAN SOMEBODY GUIDE ME AS TO HOW FXP FILES ARE CONVERTED BACK TO PRG (WITHOUT SPENDING MONEY) ?

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  • FoxPro 2.6 for DOS

    When programs (small or large) runs in FoxPro 2.6 for DOS the CPU usage showing 100%. How can I solve this problem?

    Zarkos5 pointsBadges:
  • Problems with printing in FoxPro 2.6 for DOS

    I have a foxpro program it is ok but when i try to print it will show error that your printer is not ready. Anybody have .dbf printing file??

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  • Changed Foxpro 2.6 .dbf file and change doesn’t show up when I run the .exe

    Hi, I am hoping I am posting this in the correct forum. I work for a company that is running a simple tickets database program to track who uses what sports tickets. There is a .exe file and a few .dbf files, etc. About 10 files in a folder to run this Tickets program from Dos FoxPro 2.6 version....

    Djr6004135 pointsBadges:
  • Image(Photo and Picturtes) in FoxPro 2.6

    Sir, I am doin foxpro 2.6 application, I do not Know how to process the scanned photos to screen or print photo in screen. Please help me...YSR

    DBMS10 pointsBadges:
  • FoxPro 2.6 DBFS Security

    in my absence others open my dbfs (eg sales.dbf) in my computer. How to lock the dbfs and how to unlock it for my use.

    Mrvsp5 pointsBadges:
  • Find and replace in Foxpro 2.06 for DOS

    Hello i am using foxpro 2.06 for dos fro my small application needs. i want use find and replace a character in low level file opening..... ( using fopen() ) pls help. 2nd Q : How to use the ; (semicolon ) as Delimiter in fox 2.06 for dos. Thx Giri

    Giri7525 pointsBadges:
  • Read/Write ability to MSSQL using FoxPro 2.6 for DOS

    Hi All My company has a DOS Based Accounting system running under FPD 2.6 for DOS. We have purchased a project planning package that sits on a SQL server. I need to be able to transfer actuals from our DOS (dbase4) accounting data to MSSQL and also read from MSSQL for reporting purposes. Is this...

    Aimtek5 pointsBadges:
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