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Sapphire Dataease 4.2 (3.5 version)

Originally called Datamaster, DataEase' early hallmark was the ease with which non-programmers found they could rapidly develop useful software applications. DataEase' design emphasized the visual design of screen forms and reports while hiding almost all of the arcane details such as properties of the underlying data structure. In addition, complex data management processes that would typically require a multitude of complex steps to complete with traditional programming tools were handled automatically and transparently as a user made changes to his/her application.For example, when editing an existing form, if the user removed a field, added another, indexed another and changed the data type of yet another, the necessary steps required to reflect those changes in the data structure underlying the form were automatically and non-destructively applied when the form was saved.

Platform : PC DOS
Format : Dataease International
Publisher : Dataease International
Authors : Dataease
Date : 1991

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Sapphire Dataease 4.2 (3.5 version) Dataease International PC DOS 3.5 Disk 1991

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43510. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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