Definition - What does FoxPro mean?
FoxPro is a relational database procedural programming language. Though it was initially developed by Fox Software in 1984, the company later merged with Microsoft in 1992. FoxPro was integrated as part of Microsoft’s Visual Studio.
Techopedia explains FoxPro
The root of VFP is FoxBASE, which was developed for DOS by Fox Software. VFP then succeeded as one of the first 32-bit products for Windows 95.
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