• DATABASE FoxPro 2.6

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  • 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

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  • 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...

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  • Scrolling Popup window by search in FoxPro 2.6

    I have a customer Master with Code & Name Fields. While entering data through Input screen I will type customer name and the program will go on filtering the name of the customer from the Master Data File and when I press Enter Key it will select the exact record from the master with Code. If there...

    CNE10 pointsBadges:
  • foxprox 2.6 for DOS

    when programs (small or large) runs in foxprox 2.6 for DOS the CPU usage showing 100%. how can i solve this problem. pls answer me

    Anjalimanoj25 pointsBadges:
  • parallel port

    now there is no parallel port in the system and having only USB. how we can print through USB from Foxprox 2.6 for DOS. pls help me.

    Anjalimanoj25 pointsBadges:
  • foxpro for windows 2.6

    I want to store the data i enter into below program but the e_code is not geting stored in the table. Also i wanted to calculate the total no. of hours for each employee on monthly basis. use empmast index on e_code tag e_code of empmast set order to e_code wish='y' *select b use att index on...

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  • how to define page lenth in foxpro 2.6 for win 95

    if in each run of the same prg the output to be sent to the printer is of different length how to define it

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