Fox Pro Development
Visual FoxPro is
object-oriented and procedural programing
language created by
from FoxPro (originally referred
to as FoxBASE) that was
developed by Fox code.
Fox Technologies united
Microsoft in 1992,
and also the prefix
"Visual". The last version of FoxPro (2.6) worked
below mackintosh OS,
DOS, Windows, and Unix: Visual FoxPro three.0, the
version, reduced platform support to
and Windows, and later versions were Windows-only. the
of Visual FoxPro is COM-based and Microsoft has declared that they
shall produce a
Microsoft .NET version.
FoxPro originated as a member of the category of languages usually stated as "xBase" languages, that have syntaxsupported the dBase programing language. different members of the xBase language family embrace Clipper and Recital. (A history of the first years of xBase will be found within the dBase article.)
Visual FoxPro, usually abbreviated as VFP, is tightly integrated with its own computer database engine, that extends FoxPro's xBase capabilities to support SQL question and information manipulation. computer Land code.Inc like most management systems,VisualFoxPro could be a full-featured, dynamic programing language that doesn't need the employment of a further all-purpose programming atmosphere.