FOX PRO is not relational data of DBMS - Database
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Q. Which of the following is not a relational data of DBMS?
- Published on 27 Aug 15
ANSWER: FOX PRO
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Raju singh Shyam
-Posted on 07 Jul 19
-Posted on 30 Oct 15
- It is a text-based procedurally oriented programming language and DBMS, and also an object-oriented software 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.
- FoxPro was derived from FoxBase (Fox Software, Perrysburg, Ohio), which was in turn derived from dBase III (Borland), then dBase II (Ashton Tate).
- The first commercial version of a database program written by Wayne Ratliff, called Vulcan, running on CP/M was dBase II.
- FoxPro is a Database Management System (DBMS) and a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) as it extensively supports multiple relationships between multiple DBF files (tables) but it lacks transactional processing.
- There was an active worldwide community of FoxPro users and programmers as it was sold and supported by Microsoft.
- Using the Intel Binary Compatibility Standard (ibcs2) support library FoxPro 2.6 for UNIX (FPU26) has even been successfully installed on Linux and FreeBSD .
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