(wikipedia) FoxPro was a text-based procedurally oriented programming language and database management system (DBMS), and it is also an object-oriented programming language, originally published by Fox Software and later by Microsoft, for MS-DOS, Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX. The final published release of FoxPro was 2.6. Development continued under the Visual FoxPro label, which in turn was discontinued in 2007.

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  1. Vorkauf, Helmut: Unravel: a method and a program to analyze contingency tables, unveiling confounders. (2014)
  2. Moise, Maria; Gheorghe, Ciprian; Zingale, Marilena: Natural language processing for rapid information (2010)
  3. Drolet, J.; Marcoux, Y.; Abdulnour, G.: Simulation-based performance comparison between dynamic cells, classical cells and job shops: a case study (2008)
  4. Casavela, Valentin: Data base applications in Visual Foxpro (2004)
  5. Mamrak, Sandra A.; Pole, Sheetal: Automatic form generation (2002)
  6. Huettmann, F.; Diamond, A. W.: Using PCA scores to classify species communities: an example for pelagic seabird distribution (2001)
  7. Ibrahim, Mohamed; Fedorec, Alexander M.; Rennolls, Keith: TREAT: A reverse engineering method and tool for environmental databases (2001)
  8. Li, Heng; Li, Zhicheng; Li, Ling X.; Hu, Bin: A production rescheduling expert simulation system (2000)
  9. Pelot, R. P.; Cyrus, J. P.: Optimization of a large-scale scallop hanging culture operation (1999)
  10. Cowell, John R.: Essential Visual Basic 4.0 fast. How to develop applications in Visual Basic (1996)
  11. Glades, R.: Visual Foxpro 3.0 for Windows (1995) MathEduc
  12. Klahold, A.: Windows databases: Access - Approach - Foxpro - Paradox (1994) MathEduc
  13. Born, Günter: File formats programming handbook. Algorithms, tools and drivers. Incl. 1 disc. (1993)
  14. Hartman, Patricia A.; Prague, Cary N.: Paradox programming. (1993)
  15. Hoffbauer, M.: Foxpro version 2.0: attention - the fox is there. Foxpro Version 2.0: aufgepasst - der Fuchs ist da. (1991) MathEduc