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By christian_de_leon ·
Kindly Givw some tips on how to use visual foxpro and how to make a project?

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by MadestroITSolutions In reply to About Visual FoxPro

Well, when you start Visal Fox Pro 6.0 , you get a green window with options. This appears by default. One of the options is "Discover programming solutions by exploring sample applications". Use it to see already built programs, so you can understand the way Fox works. You have another option on the menu "Create a new application". Use it to create new projects. Its a little different in its ways (specially for a vb programmer like me) but in the end, its still Microsoft, you will get used to it!

Good luck!

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by Luis Faustino In reply to About Visual FoxPro

Hello,
Visual foxpro is a development language that uses xbase as the basis for the syntax, as a visual software development, you can start by not needing to code, but the time will como when you will need it, so my suggestion goes by starting to learn xbase, i will give some good links to fox community, you'll find lots of valuable information.
-http://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?spid=184&newpid=184&CFID=84131986&CFTOKEN=43797904
-http://www.universalthread.com/VisualFoxPro/
-http://www.foxforum.com/

You can find some more links by searching on google.com.

Depending on the version of VFP, you have lots of wizards to help you start, but the general idea is creating a project that will contain Forms, Reports, Databases and code, define wich is the starting module for the aplication (Where will the application start from) and then integrate the components of the project, so there is a sequence.

Visual Foxpro is a very powerful environment, good luck.

Hope this helps.

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