Foxpro Tutorial and Programs

Submitted by Karthikeyan on Thu, 28/06/2012 - 19:13

foxproEven though Foxpro 2.6 was released 18 years ago, still it is used in Offices, Colleges and Universities because of its simplicity.

Even a simple DOS Operating system with 16 MB RAM can process Foxpro 2.6 applications.

Nowadays lot of DBMS systems available, but the foxprox 2.6 is simple enough to process simple applications such as Mark list processing, Billing sytem etc.

Here are some of the tutorials exclusively from our website..


FoxPro 2.6 -  FoxPro for MS - DOS & Windows - Basic Tutorial and Sample programs


FoxPro Programming Quick Reference e-Book (New! Revised Edition)

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Sun, 04/11/2012 - 18:01

How to find out missing number form .dbf file. Is it possible to find out through .prg file. If yes plz. confirm.


Sun, 04/11/2012 - 18:15

If you know the missing number write a program(prg) to show the record using where condition.
Else, if the number is continuous one, then write a for loop (prg) program to loop from the starting number to ending number and to match each one with the number field in the record.

Sonny R. Recio (not verified)

Thu, 20/06/2013 - 10:19

thank you so much! this is so helpful to me since I need the knowledge of foxpro DOS to grab the position within the company. Hoping you would expand your tutorials so that we would not get difficult in using foxpro as there are very few ebooks existing right now about foxpro. Once again thank you man!