This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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XBase is the generic term for all programming languages that derive from the original dBASE (Ashton-Tate) programming language and database formats. These are sometimes informally known as dBASE "clones". While there was a non-commercial predecessor to the Ashton-Tate product (Vulcan written by Wayne Ratliff), most clones are based on Ashton-Tate's 1986 dBASE III+ release — scripts written in the dBASE III+ dialect are most likely to run on all the clones.
- Apollo database engine for managing CA-Clipper and FoxPro from Vista Software
- Clipper, Visual Objects (Windows 32) and Vulcan.NET from GrafxSoft
- dBase Inc's dBASE
- DBFView, DBF editor/viewer/converter
- FlagShip from multisoft GmbH
- Recital from Recital Corp.
- Visual FoxPro is available from Microsoft
- XBase++ from Alaska Software
- xHarbour Builder from xHarbour.com Inc.
- DBF Viewer 2000
- DBF tools from Astersoft Co. Ltd.
- the Harbour Project