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I hope this chapter was enlightening. It's interesting to compare specific functionality side by side. The exact same functionality doesn't always exist, but in this simple case I would think that most FoxPro developers would feel that, other than syntax, there are more similarities than differences.

In the next chapter, we'll use a data access layer to add SQL support to a generic Visual FoxPro template, so that no code changes are needed to switch between DBF and SQL access. Then, in Chapter 4, "A Visual Basic .NET Framework for SQL Server," we'll build a generic inheritable form for Visual Basic .NET that treats all data sources equally.

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Visual Fox Pro to Visual Basic.NET
Visual FoxPro to Visual Basic .NET
ISBN: 0672326493
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 130
Authors: Les Pinter

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