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Getting Started with X# (XSharp) 09 Mar 2016 22:41 #224

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  • Hi XSharp developers team,

    I kept on a watch on this X# site since I got a mail around an year back with hopes to see X# achieving huge popularity and success as Nantuket Clipper achieved on MS-DOS world...

    I have been associated with dBase, Clipper, CA-Clipper and CA-Visual Objects development in past. I left using CA-Visual Objects due to its poor support and companies policies and lack of books in market. This is one very strong reason why Visual Objects failed to do well in market along with its a successors like Vulcan...

    I want to start developing with X# but I could not get any such helpful material regarding this newly emerged open source language, X#, to attract old developers who still possess a soft corner with deep feelings for Clipper, may be cause they started their software development career with Clipper language. I still feel that X# is successor of one of the leading and popular xBase language Clipper.

    Please provide concise getting started guide to old time users like me...

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    Getting Started with X# (XSharp) 10 Mar 2016 07:52 #227

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  • Hello,

    for a start you can use this guide:

    http://www.govulcan.net/portal/Portals/0/Vulcan.NETAtWarpSpeed.pdf

    It was written for Vulcan.NET and it does not include all features that X# offers, but it is a good starting point for a XBase programmer to .NET.

    Wolfgang
    X# User
    Wolfgang Riedmann
    Meran, South Tyrol, Italy

    www.riedmann.it - docs.xsharp.it

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