Visual Studio .NET 2003

The Visual FoxPro reference includes topics on productivity tools, as well as the controls, objects, properties, methods, events, statements, functions, and constants available.

In This Section

General Reference
Visual FoxPro related technical information, including file types, file structures, and other reference information about Visual FoxPro elements.
Naming Conventions
Choose names for exposed objects, properties, and methods that can be understood by users of the application easily.
User Interface Reference
User interface (UI) reference topics explain the options that appear on various dialog boxes, windows, and other user interfaces. These types of topics generally appear when you press F1 in a dialog box or window.
Error Messages
Find information about some of the more common error messages in Visual FoxPro.

Related Sections

Getting Started with Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro is the object-oriented database management system that makes it possible for you to create state-of-the-art enterprise database solutions.
Using Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro programming features are designed to improve developer productivity, including Access and Assign methods, support for more graphic file formats, and language to simplify programming tasks.
Developing Visual FoxPro Applications
This section includes conceptual information about how to develop Visual FoxPro applications, instructions for creating databases and the user interface, and other tasks needed to create Visual FoxPro applications.
Programming in Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro is a powerful interactive data management tool, but you also can access the full power of Visual FoxPro by creating applications. Understanding object-oriented programming techniques and the event-driven model can maximize your programming productivity.
Visual FoxPro comes with numerous code samples that you can use for experimenting and becoming acquainted with features.
Utility Programs
These tools are provided with Visual FoxPro to help speed the process of application development.