Is FoxPro Dead?

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    Yuli Guest

    Default Is FoxPro Dead?

    There seems to be a particular lack of FoxPro resources on the web or in print - does this mean that it&#039s dying a slow death or just isn&#039t widely used?<BR>As far as future prospects go should I be considering a career in FoxPro?

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    Martin Guest

    Default RE: Is FoxPro Dead?

    I don&#039t know if FoxPro is dying but it&#039s really hard to find info about it. The only advantage i see to use it with ASP, is, it&#039s cheaper($$$$$) than SQL Server or Oracle, more stable for multi-user access than Access. A programmer who&#039s working with me, only stand by this product for application development but for the web, you&#039re taking a risk to be alone (no a lots of resources , info etc)

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