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Best Choice Virtual dBase 7.01 or 7.01 Professional

Best Choice Virtual dBase 7.01 or 7.01 Professional

Best Choice Virtual dBase 7.01 or 7.01 Professional

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Hi,
I hope this is the correct forum to ask this question.  I have a question about Visual dBase 7.01 Client/Server and Visual dBase 7.01 Client/Server Professional.  I was active using dBase II, III and IV, all for DOS.  I have some projects I would like to do but would like to get an opinion from someone who has a recent experience with either.  Both come with a compiler.  dB, Inc., said use our 30 day trial but I don't have the budget for that and I would rather learn something once rather than 2 or 3 times.  So, I am trying to make do.  Any help would be appreciated!
Thanks,
George   

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