The once-popular xBase language ("xBase" refers to the family of languages based on dBase II, which includes FoxPro, Clipper, and dBase itself) occupies a key place in many enterprises that began using PCs in the 1980's.
The first in the family, dBase, established the popular .DBF format. To this day, many common programs still read and write .DBF files.
We are expert in accessing data in .DBF files from a variety of platforms. We also have vast experience with dBase and its many quirks, and have consulted on FoxPro and Clipper projects.