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FoxPro 2.5 (DOS) report writer

FoxPro 2.5 (DOS) report writer

FoxPro 2.5 (DOS) report writer

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Hi!

I'm looking for a copy of all the source code attached to the "QBE: Distributable RQBE Replacement" article by Robert A Pope that was distributed in the March 1993 issue of FoxTalk magazine (Pinnacle Publishing, pinpub.com)

I have purchased the FoxTalk 1993-5 past edition CD and it should have been included, but wasn't. I've also contacted the publishers direct and searched their download archives but to no avail!

I would also appreciate any views/opinions on the various reporting tools out there at present that could be used with/built into a DOS Foxpro 2.5 application (e.g. FoxFire!, Query Maker, Crystal Reports - and yes I've checked that forum!!)

Thanks in advance!

Kev

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