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Hackers Guide 6.0: DBF, FPT, CDX, DBC - Hike!
HackFox6 S1C2.doc
The transition from the FoxPro 2.x model of the universe to the Visual FoxPro mindset was pretty revolutionary on a lot of fronts. While we cringe to use the hackneyed and overused term, the introduction of databases in Visual FoxPro was a major paradigm shift and one that took some getting used to. The introduction of the database container, local and remote views, vast improvements in client-server connectivity, and a slew of new data types, commands, and functions was mind-boggling. We'll try to give you an overview of the data changes here, and refer you to areas where you can get more information throughout the book.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Faster Than a Speeding Bullet
HackFox6 S3C4.doc
Speed is where it's at. No client is going to pay you to make his app run slower. Fox Software's initial claim to fame was that FoxBASE (and later, FoxBASE+ and FoxPro) ran faster than its competitors. Fox's reputation for speed was well deserved. However, the speed gain has never been automatic. You have to do things right to make your code "run like the Fox."
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Introduction
HackFox6 Introduction.doc
Sample chapter overview and copyright information for Hackers Guide to Visual FoxPro 6.0
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Productive Debugging
HackFox6 S2C4.doc
Our programs run correctly the first time, every time. Yeah, right—if you believe that one, we have a bridge in Brooklyn we'd like to sell you. We figure we spend at least as much time debugging our programs as we do writing them in the first place. If your programs do run correctly the first time, every time, you can skip this part of the book. In fact, you should write a book and tell us how to do it. For the rest of you, we'll take a look at the kinds of errors that occur in programs, give you some ideas on how to root them out and show how VFP can aid your efforts.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Selected Readings
HackFox6 S4G.doc
S4G352 Readings on DELETE-SQL; S4G490 Readings on Container, Control; S4G738 Readings on SCCProvider; S4G759 Readings on ProgID.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 7.0: But wait there is more
Hack7 Section 5.doc
We've sliced, we've diced, we've chopped Visual FoxPro into little pieces. But there's still more to say. A few features are so cool, they warrant their own chapters. This section goes into detail on the ActiveX technologies, the Object Browser and Component Gallery, Wizards and Builders, and IntelliSense, all of which provide opportunities for extending your use of VFP.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Franz and other lists
Hack7 Section 3.doc
Section 3 contains a bunch of stuff that didn't fit in anywhere else in the book. Most of it can be viewed as lists of one sort or another. You'll find our hardware recommendations, our opinionated list of useless commands to avoid, optimization tips, and a collection of weird items that make you think you've found a bug.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Introduction
Hack7 Introduction.doc
Dedicated to fostering the international communication of ideas, in the hopes of making the world a better place—now and for future generations.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Reference
Hack7 Section 4.doc
Section 4 is the meat of the book. You'll find a listing for every command, function, property, event, method and system variable. We've grouped them logically so that you can find several related topics in one place. For an explanation of the syntax we use for commands, see "How to Use This Book," back in the Introduction.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Resources
Hack7 Reference.doc
Here we are at the end of the book. But there are still a couple of things left to do. "Resource File" is a list of resources: books, periodicals, people and products. "What's in the Downloads" tells you what's available for download from this book.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Ship of Tools
Hack7 Section 2.doc
Section 2 discusses in brief the Power Tools—the key to using Visual FoxPro effectively. You'll find our favorite tips and tricks for using the Power Tools here, too, and an introduction to integrating source control with VFP development.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Wow What a Concept!
Hack7 Section 1.doc
Section 1 introduces the major themes of Visual FoxPro, starting with its history and covering the fundamentals of each of its major sub-languages. Think of it as the "If it's Tuesday, this must be Belgium" Tour of Visual FoxPro.
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Geändert: 11/20/2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Rezension Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro 7.0
11-02-12 Rezension Hackers Guide 7.doc
Ein respektloser Blick auf die wirkliche Arbeitsweise von Visual FoxPro. Lernen Sie den wahren Wert jedes Befehls, jeder Funktion und Eigenschaft sowie jedes Ereignisses und jeder Methode von Visual FoxPro 7.0 kennen. Die dringend erwartete komplette Überarbeitung des „Hacker’s Guide for Visual FoxPro 6.0“ werden Sie nicht weglegen, solange Sie mit Visual FoxPro entwickeln.
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Geändert: 7/18/2005 Autor: TEGranor, TRoche, DHennig, DMartin
Rezension: Essential SourceSafe
11-02-17 Rezension SourceSafe.doc
Essential SourceSafe ist die Übungshilfe und die Referenz für gelegentliche Anwender, Softwareentwickler und SourceSafe-Administratoren für die Installierung, Konfigurierung und Verwaltung von SourceSafe in unterschiedlichen Entwicklungsumgebungen. Dieses Buch umfasst ein breites Themenspektrum von den Grundlagen der Installation und Verwaltung über erweiterte Eigenschaften wie Berichtserstellung bis zu den erweiterten Eigenschaften wie der Automatisierung.
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Geändert: 7/18/2005 Autor: Ted Roche
SourceSafe in Theory and Practice
Essential SourceSafe Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Essential SourceSafe: So far, Chapter 1, “Visual SourceSafe Installation,” helped you install Visual SourceSafe and configure it. This chapter looks at what SourceSafe does for you—how it stores information, how it presents your projects, and how you can check files in and out and track changes. This chapter explains what SourceSafe is doing with operations named checkout, check in, difference, branch, pin and merge. In this chapter, you get to run the Visual SourceSafe client, also called the Explorer, create a sample project and source code, and exercise the functions made available through the VSS Explorer interface. The last portion of this chapter reviews each of the dialogs presented by SourceSafe, pointing out important features and hazards.
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Geändert: 4/27/2003 Autor: Ted Roche
Using SourceSafe to Maintain a SourceSafe Database
sourcesafe_maintainsourcesafe.pdf
Microsoft Visual SourceSafe is a version control system used for storing source code, text files, web content or any other type or document where ownership, tracking and revision history is important. However, the Visual SourceSafe (VSS) database must have regular maintenance performed to ensure that it is kept in good shape and does not encounter corruption. Like remembering to get the oil changed or scheduling that appointment with the dentist, it is really easy to let maintenance slide. And like other maintenance chores, there can be serious consequences to neglect. This article shows how, with a little work up front, an administrator can automate the routine maintenance, keep an eye on what's going on, and be alerted to database problems. One of the real hassles with using SourceSafe's Analyze utility is interpreting the results intelligently. The method shown here minimizes the noise, so administrators can see right through to any changes they might need to be concerned with.
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Geändert: 8/4/2004 Autor: Ted Roche