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Articles Tagged with 4GL

Fourth-generation programming language (4GL)

A fourth-generation programming language (4GL) is any computer programming language that belongs to a class of languages envisioned as an advancement upon third-generation programming languages (3GL).

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MS-Access 2010 and Calculated Fields

The new version of MS-Access (2010) has the ability for calculated fields. You may already know this concept as virtual fields, I-Descriptors, derived fields, or if you are rather long-in-the-tooth; correlatives within U2. So, does MS-Access 2010 have the same...

MS-Access and multivalued data

Yes, Microsoft's access database does multivalues. Well, sort of. Multivalues are only available within MS-Access 2007...

Validation SB Style

It would be useful to be able to validate data in a subroutine the same way that SB+ does in a field. The long way is...

SB+ Report Bug

Using SB+ 5.3.6.365 (/SB.INFO). I have a report which sorts, breaks and displays only totals using a I-Type of ("1'")...

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