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Help on migrating from Clipper to Visual Foxpro

Help on migrating from Clipper to Visual Foxpro

Help on migrating from Clipper to Visual Foxpro

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HI

Any help is important to me. I am a clipper programmer for a number of years. I am reluctant to migrate to Visual foxpro because I'm very comfortable with dos version, however given the situation that everyone is adapt to window environment, I've decided to move on to Visual foxpro. If any one out there, who can help me by providing some informations about how to convert my current programs to visual foxpro version, or any good programmer reference,
or any web site teaching me how to write in Visual foxpro.

Many thanks and god bless you.

Cliff
 

RE: Help on migrating from Clipper to Visual Foxpro

Support like this forum is a good start along with newsgroups.  To make a long story short...Jump in.  Do it.  Read, ask, learn just as you did I'm sure with Clipper.  www.hentzenwerke.com has some great books.  

John Durbin
john@johndurbin.com

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