Borland has started shipping version 7.0 of its Visual dBase development tool for Windows 95 and NT. The product includes enhanced ActiveX support, a new compiler and report writer, and new tools for managing relationships between objects, visual and database components. Borland has also integrated the RAD Workbench IDE into the upgrade. IDE, which is incorporated into Borland's other tools, includes Project Explorer for visually managing application files and a Visual SQL Builder. The product starts at $349.95, but existing users can upgrade for $199.95.
Warming was most pronounced in Siberia region
The tank will be subjected to high stresses and loads via dozens of hydraulic cylinders during testing
'Sunlit wet sidewalk' provides evidence of methane rainfall on the north pole of Saturn's moon Titan
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