Ashton-Tate introduces dBase Mac, extending dBase standard to the Macintosh computer
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Press release announcing dBASE on the Macintosh including Macintosh point-and-click interface: "non-procedural" product design that enables users to perform both day-to-day (entry, manipulation and retrieval of data) and sophisticated tasks (creating relationships between data files) and generating custom multi-file reports, inclusion of a full-featured procedural (advanced programming) language, direct access of .DBF files from the IBM-compatible dBASE family of database products, and available in the fourth quarter of 1986 for SRP $ 495. Donated by Ed Esber. 6 scanned pages.
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