Ah, and someone made a nice viewer/editor for DBF files Not that I’d need it per se, but it’s refreshing to see tables in their native habitat, unfettered by community ties.

Ah, and someone made a nice viewer/editor for DBF files Not that I’d need it per se, but it’s refreshing to see tables in their native habitat, unfettered by community ties.

http://www.alexnolan.net/software/dbf.htm

 

Surprising (to me) things I trip on sometimes. dBase is still around *and* they offer a “1994 DOS” version as well (for sale of course) that comes with an emulator.

Good for them. Fun throwback moment for me.

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