Old habits die hard  Mike!


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Subject: Re: M$ giving more support to dbf?

On 2016-09-14 07:47, Man-wai Chang wrote:
> The simplest solution is still resurrecting Visual Foxpro. Micro$oft 
> has its source codes. Market shares of VFP has nothing to do with 
> maintaining an old but popular tool.
> Of course, abandoning VFP could force everyone to buy new developments 
> from Micro$oft and hire new programmers.
> Sometimes, I think the death of VFP was not just a normal product 
> cycle but a political if not military tool for affect other countries.
> Micro$oft and US Government clearly knew the consequences. :)

Sometimes I see stuff like this and wonder if it's a post from 10+ years ago.

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