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Default Good Foxpro book

I'm new to the Foxpro language and am having trouble finding a decent book on vfp6, or vfp9. I need a somewhat beginners level book as I've had experience in other languages(C++, java, HTML, SQL) but none in vfp. I'll be working in both vfp6 and vfp9. Anybody know any good books?

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Just noticed your message. Hope this reply doesn't come too late.

There are some excellent FoxPro books on the market, but very few are aimed at beginners. The best one I can recommend is Menachem Bazian's "Special Edition", but even this is not ideal. It was a great help to me when I was learning, but then I already know dBASE and Clipper and other precursors of FoxPro.

You might want to take a look at the FoxPro book reviews at:
http://www.ml-consult.demon.co.uk/MLCBooks.htm

Mike

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