Genifer

Genifer

An early dBASE application generator from Bytel Corporation, Albany, CA, that created dBASE source code.
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The Eklund-Gomes Group's new team members include Hunie Kwon, who was already with Elliman and actually hired Eklund nine years ago; Jane Calvin, formerly of Corcoran; Rosaria (Sara) DiMaggio, formerly of Cantor-Pecarella, Inc; Brian Kelley, also from Corcoran; Genifer Lancaster, also of Elliman.
IMAGES' overall strategy from a digital standpoint is to implement digital and social vehicles where it's relevant for our client," says Genifer Stewart, the Amtrak account supervisor at IMAGES.
Smith, Genifer Snipes, Ryan Thompson, Travis Tidwell, Elizabeth Trollinger, Emily P.
Carlson) Lussier-Gaidis; a granddaughter, Genifer M.
Wallax, Uilham, Uilha para William; Genifer ou Genif para Jeniffer; ou outras formas do tipo Uoshinton, Mere, Meire e muitos outros nomes ou criacoes linguisticas.
Hoffman - Genifer and Charles Hoffman, of Springfield, a son.
There is also a third-party vendor that publishes a rather elaborate code writer for dBASE, Bytel Corporation, which retails its package under the trade name Genifer.
5] We found that, at least in our own circumstances, the use of the Genifer program (which generates code only for dBASE, and only for IBM compatible computers) worked best.
Genifer also has several features more highly developed than those in the basic dBASE package.
They also liked the provision that, if you become weary of the workscreen colors after interfacing with the program for a time, Genifer allows you to change the colors with only a couple of keystrokes, regenerating the program in a new decor.
One outstanding feature of the Genifer software is that it prints full documentation of your program, complete with lists of index keys, record structures, screen field assignments, look-up relationships, and environment settings.
Another noteworthy feature of Genifer is its own documentation.