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    Access a mySQL database from FoxPro for MS-DOS. Many applications still run on this system on DOS, dosemu on Linux/Unix, but with limited upgrade options for the database itself. This project continues development originated by Miroslav Nyameshchuk.

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    KURCalc carries out the basic arithmetic operations above the whole long (thousand signs) numbers. It is planned to add arithmetic operations, an opportunity of work with fractional numbers; to transfer on other OS. It's developed by Kurakin Alexander

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