FoxBASE 2.00

Category: DBMS
Year: 2016
Manufacturer: Fox Software
Localization: EN
OS: DOS

Files to download

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On Wednesday November 25, 2015 Robert Guastamachio said:

will fox + see and retreave foxpro for dos on a mac machine my files are on a back up flash drive? wil it print to a wireless all in one printer?

On Friday May 22, 2015 zzfox said:

Happy time when I was programming in Foxbase +. So really thank you for this great site!!

On Saturday February 7, 2015 N.Satya N.Babu said:

My learning experience with fox once again came to live.

On Monday January 26, 2015 ouhker said:

In your config.sys use the following syntax
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shell=c:\dos\command.com /E:nnnnn
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/e:nnnnn specifies the environment size, where nnnnn is the size in bytes.
The value of nnnnn must be in the range of 160 through 32768.
MS-DOS rounds this to multiple of 16 bytes. THE DEFAULT VALUE IS 256.

On Monday May 5, 2014 Juan B Salas said:

Why i canĀ“t download anyting

On Monday April 14, 2014 wizman said:

Under XP, the problem is: In DOS, the environment variables string can be a max of 128 bytes. Period. That's it.
Not enough room here to give complete answer.
I'm posting "FoxBASE 2.00 beta" to Vetusware. Look for it - the complete instructions are included (it's actually fairly simple).
This method cand be used will ALL Foxbase and ALL DOS software that gives same error.
AppleSeed '96

On Monday March 31, 2014 c713nte@hotmail.com said:

ES UN AMPORTE MUY ESPECIAL...
PARA CUALQUIER PROGRAMADOR...GRACIAS!!!

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On Tuesday May 7, 2013  said:

some solution for error 2009???? thanks. have to restart in DOS?

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On Wednesday March 20, 2013  said:

when running the foxplus.exe from dos it is showing the error :error 2009 :not enough space for environment

On Thursday February 2, 2012 gnanes said:

tyvm... u r the only one to give this for free...

On Friday May 11, 2007 Morffi (guest) said:

i think that this is a very important site for dos programer
Thank you for this site