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Windows 3.x / Borland International, Inc.

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paradox 1.0

Lenguaje para diseño de Base de Datos

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DOS / Borland Software

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Paradox 4.5

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Windows 3.x / Borland Software

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PARADOX 4.5

Database. Not tested

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Windows 3.x / Borland Software

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Paradox 7.0

A good relational Database for Windows. Requires patch for FAT32 disks.

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Windows 9x/ME / Borland Software

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Paradox Patch 7.0 for FAT32

patch for Fat32 disks

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DOS / ANSA

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Paradox 2.0 2.0

Image files of 5.25 inch floppies

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DOS / Borland International, Inc.

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Paradox 4 4.0

Paradox 4.0 for DOS from Borland. Two-disk set. Includes United States, English International, European, Sweden/Finland, and Norway/Denmark localizations. Includes Network files. Serial number and installation instructions included in install.txt

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DOS / Borland

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paradox 4.5 4.5

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DOS / Borland Software

RU

Paradox 4.5 4.5

Database

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DOS / Novell, Inc.

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Paradox 4.5 DOS 4.5

Paradox 4.5 UK for DOS

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DOS / Borland Software

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Paradox Engine 2.0

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Windows 3.x / Borland Software

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Paradox Engine and Database Frameworks 3.01

C++ and Pascal object-oriented APIs to Borland Paradox Engine

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Windows 3.x / Borland International, Inc.

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Paradox for Windows 1.0

Paradox for DOS was a relational database management system originally written by Richard Schwartz and Robert Shostak, and released by their company Ansa Software in 1985. In September 1987, Borland purchased Ansa Software, including their Paradox/DOS 2.0 software. Notable classic versions were 3.5 and 4.5. Versions up to 3.5 were evolutions from 1.0. Version 4.0 and 4.5 were retooled in the Borland C++ windowing toolkit and used a different extended memory access scheme. Paradox/DOS was a successful DOS-based database of the late eighties and early nineties. At that time, dBase and its xBase clones (Foxpro, Clipper) dominated the market. Other notable competitors were Clarion, DataEase, R:Base, and DataFlex. The features that distinguished Paradox/DOS were: a visual Query by Example implementation that was supported by an AI engine. effective use of memory (conventional as well as extended / expanded) - caching data tables, and particularly indexes, which caused Paradox to execute tasks very quickly in contrast to the explicit skills required for xBase performance optimisation.[1] an innovative programming language the Paradox Application Language (PAL) that was readable, powerful, and could be recorded from keyboard actions (rather like Lotus 1-2-3 macro recording). Lotus-like text menus and windows which was the native interface (in contrast to dBase which had a command line interface with menus layered on top). Particularly in Paradox 1.0 and 2.0, the user and programming manuals won readability awards[citation needed] - they were copiously illustrated, well laid out and explanations were written in common English.

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Windows 3.x / Borland Inc.

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Paradox for Windows 1.0

The first Windows version of the Borland Paradox for DOS. Paradox for Windows is a distinctly different product from Paradox for DOS, and was produced by a different team of programmers. Although key features of the DOS product, the QBE and the database engine, were ports keeping the DOS code, there was a major break in compatibility from PAL to ObjectPAL and in the shift to a GUI design metaphor for Forms and Reports. The ObjectPAL changes were controversial but forced since PAL was based on keystroke recording actions that had no equivalent in Windows. An object-based language based on ideas from Hypercard was used in place of keystroke recording. The Forms and Reports designers used device independent scaling including ability to work in zoomed mode for detailed layout. The mouse right-click was used for access to Forms and Reports properties, inspired by the Xerox Alto and Smalltalk, in a way now almost universal to Windows programs. The ObjectPAL was (like Hypercard) associated with the visual objects - also revealed by right click. Property inspection and layout tools could be "pinned up" to stay on screen, an idea borrowed from the NeXT and now fairly widely adopted in Windows.

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DOS / 4b Associates

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pBase Version 1

Programmable Database management program, very powerful. It comes with instructions.

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DOS / ALIS, spol. s ro

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PC Fand 3.0 3.0

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DOS / Not specified

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PC General Ledger Version 1.0

The manual file is missing, the original disk was damaged.

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DOS / KWARE

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PC-DBMS Version 1.0

Database program.

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DOS / ButtonWare

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PC-File

Database program

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DOS / Shareware

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PC-File 5.0

DOS shareware database program.

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DOS / ButtonWare

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PC-File 5.01

Shareware flat-file database manager.

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DOS / Buttonware Inc.

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PC-File 6.0 Registered

This is a registered copy of PC-File 6.0 published by Buttonware in 1991. This file contains 2 720KB Diskette images and one graphics configuration file (which may or may not be necessary for your installation depending on your graphics card). If the graphics are "fuzzy" when you load the program, copy the "PCFILE.PRO" file to your installed directory and the graphics mode will be more DOS like. Enjoy!

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DOS / Buttonware Inc.

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Pc-File III 4.0

DOS shareware flat file database program.

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DOS / ButtonWare

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PC-File+ 1.0

PC-File is a simple database management program for DOS. PC-File, along with PC-Write, and PC-Talk were the first popular products sold under the "Shareware" concept. PC-File+ is a major rewrite from PC-File 3.0 and PC-File/R, that switches to native use of the dBase III file format.

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Windows 9x/ME / Dan Chandler

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Personal Medical Records 1.2

Medical - Patients database.

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Windows 9x/ME / Oracle

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Personal Oracle 7.2.2.3.1

Personal Oracle server for Windows 95.

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DOS / IBM/Software Publishing Corporation

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PFS File 1.00 (IBM OEM)

"PFS:File is a computer program that helps you store and retrieve information in a way that is familiar, fast, reliable, and powerful." To use FILE, you need the following : - an IBM Personal Computer with at least 64KB of memory - one or (preferably) two diskette drives - an IBM Monochrome Display or other 80-column video monitor - a printer (optional) This archive contains one 160K disk image in Raw, ImageDisk, CopyIIPC+Snatchit, Transcopy Note: This product contains copy protection. For your convenience, an unprotect has been applied to the raw disk image, Imagedisk disk image, and the files folder.

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DOS / Software Publishing Corporation

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PFS Professional File 1.01

PFS Professional File is an easy to use flat-file database for DOS. It is a combination of the earlier PFS: File and PFS: Report products. It features pull-down menus, the ability to create cross-tab reports, supports macros, and can import form Lotus 1-2-3. Minimum requirements: IBM PC/XT/AT 256KB RAM

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PFS Professional File 2.0

PFS Professional File 2.0 is an easy to use flat-file database for DOS. Minimum Requirments: IBM PC/XT/AT or PS/2 DOS 2.0 or higher 512KB RAM Hard Disk

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Windows 3.x / Powersoft

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power builder v3.0 3.0

power builder 3.0

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Windows 3.x / Powersoft

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PowerBuilder 4.0.04

For drawing the user interface and reports, and accessing database content

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Windows 3.x / Powersoft

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Powerbuilder Desktop 3.0a 3.0a

Powerbuilder Desktop development environment. Includes 5 disks for development, 2 for Desktop Database Development Kit, and 1 for Powersoft Infobase Sampler. Powerful client-server development tool for Windows 3.1x. Zipped rawrite 3.5 disk images.

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Windows 9x/ME / Powersoft

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Powerbuilder Enterprise 4 4.0

DBMS

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DOS / Symantec Corporation

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Q and A 4.0

Symantec Q and A Database software for DOS version 2.0, English, program files only. Unpack and run EXE to make it work.

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DOS / Symantec

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Q&A 3.02

Q&A is a low end flat-file database manager that includes a word processor and a natural language query and reporting interface. While the package is forms-based like Professional File, it is more sophisticated and powerful. Version 3.0 adds record locking, enabling use in multi-user environments. Minimum requirements: IBM PC/XT/AT DOS 2.0 512 KB RAM

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Windows 3.x / Symantec Corp.

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Q&A for Windows v4.0 4.0

Originaly on 5 disks.

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DOS / Quick N Easy

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QNE QPRO4 4.0

Q-PRO 4 is a fourth generation language and database for IBM PC-DOS, Generic MS-DOS, Novell Netware, and all LANs and networks that are IBM Netbios compatible. Written in assembler, the Q-PRO 4 interpreter is amazingly fast. Application development is typically 5 to 10 times faster than other databases because of Q-PRO 4's advances features. Some of them are: - Advanced fourth generation event driven architecture. - "Painted" screens. - Fill in the blanks data entry screens. - Extremely fast B+ tree multikey indexed file handling. - Inherently structured high level complete language syntax with: procedures, table lookup, memory and file arrays, subroutines, assembly language interface, and data dictionary. - Full record and file locking on supported LAN's and networks. - No practical limits on File Size, number of files open simultaneously, record size, or memory variables.

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Windows 3.x / Stellar Software

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Quickdesk 1.22f

Quickdex is a freeform database. Use it to store phone numbers, birthdays, code fragments, jokes, or a million other pieces of miscellaneous information.

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DOS / Intuit

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Quicken for DOS Version 5.0

Excellent checkbook program for DOS.

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DOS / BRADY COMUNICATIONS CO.

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QUIKCODE ?

a programing shell for ibm pc basica made by James K Fugate, came with the book he wrote "Programing Tools for the IBM PC" UPON READIN IT IT LOOKS PROMISING, but so far unable to load program from basica "Path Not Found in 910 (qc128.bas) & in 1070 (qc64.bas) upon reading the book that came with the 5/4" floppy, it looks neat as hell

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Windows 3.x / Concentric Data Systems, Inc.

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R&R Report Writer Version 5

R&R Report Writer for Xbase, Version 5.

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DOS / Microrim, Inc

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R:Base 2.11

R:Base was a popular relational database that that competed with Ashton Tate's dBASE product. Zip contains 10 360k disk images. Note: the installer must be run from the floppy disk.

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DOS / Microrim

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R:BASE 3.1

A solid database development software.

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DOS / Microrim

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R:BASE 4.0 4.0

This file is an .ISO of all 3 original install disks. I use DOS 6.22 in a virtual machine and install it from the CD drive - Works great!

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DOS / Ashton Tate

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Rapid File 1.2

Database from the makers of dBase

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DOS / Ashton-Tate (Borland)

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RapidFile 1.2

RapidFile est le nom d'un programme de base de données de fichier plat publié à la fin des années 1980 afin de fonctionner sur les ordinateurs personnels avec le système d'exploitation DOS. Bien que commercialisé comme un produit très simple, il est en fait très polyvalent si vous prenez la peine d'apprendre à connaître ce qu'il est capable de faire.

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DOS / Microrim

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RBase 2.0

R:BASE's powerful database engine lets you query large amounts of data that other applications can't handle. Format: 360k Imaged: Winimaged Disks: 11 Disk labels (first nine are app, plus two additional) Main Disks: 1 thru 4: SYSTEM DISK 1 thru SYSTEM DISK 4 5: GATEWAY/UTILITIES DISK 1 6: GATEWAY/UTILITIES DISK 2 7: SAMPLES DISK 8: DEVELOPERS EXPRESS DISK 1 9: DEVELOPERS EXPRESS DISK 2 Additional disks: NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR DISK TUTORIAL DISK OS: PC-DOS 2.0+ CPU: XT/AT or better RAM: 384K free Video: any Hardrive: 4Mb free space Mouse: Sound: Install Notes: Insert System Disk 1 and run Install.exe Notes: This is the first full system release of R:Base. Released in '87 and may show problems on drives bigger than 500Mb. The only docs are the Tutorial can be run without installing R:Base, just run Tutorial.exe on the Tutorial disk. When asked to change directories go ahead and follow what it says as it's a 'virtual' tutorial and will demo thru w/o R:Base installed.

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DOS / Microrim, Inc.

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RBase 5000 V1.01

System Requirements: - DOS 2.0 or higher - 237k ram avail. AFTER system configuration. A Minimum of 320K ram is recommended. - A hard disk drive and one floppy disk drive. or - Two double-sided, double-density 5.25 inch floppy-disk drives. A hard disk system and a printer are recommended.

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DOS / Borland

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Reflex 2

Borland Reflex is a flat file database system with a fully graphical user interface and built in graphing. Borland Reflex was based on the Macintosh database product Interlace from Singular Software.

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DOS / Borland Software

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Reflex 2.0

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