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Thread: dBase

  1. #1


    • Does any one have dBase IV for DOS that I could get?

  2. #2
    Release Candiate 1
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    Moscow, Russia


    yes , But I consider this a protected software. Find a old grandpa from the college in the 80's and you will probley find floppies for d-base. It was taught then as a main stay.

  3. #3
    Super Moderator
    Join Date
    May 2003


    Check out
    "Data + Plus" its a dBase clone (1989).

    or DN2

    DN2 is compatible with all IBM PC and compatibles(286 and later) running DOS 3.3 or later and is compatible with Windows3.1 and Windows 95.
    Supports up to 2 billion items (records) subject to hard disk space and DOS restrictions.

    LISST - dBase-like relational list maker/database.

    BDBFS - BDBFS provides a powerful, easy-to-use GUI interface for altering
    low-level database files without having to use a database package.
    Load up many types of databases, including Clipper, FoxPro, dBase, Six.

  4. #4


    Does anybony knows where I can find Dbase II for PC?

    Thanks in advance.

  5. #5


    please read and follow the pinned topic HOW TO REQUEST AN APP and always be sure to search before posting as the app you want may have been requested before


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