OK Folks. I've decided I need a data base manager. The bills for my thesis
need to be sorted out so that I can present them to my supervisor. I figure
I can classify my wall board heaters by wattage. And I really do need to
figure out how much I spend on kites during February (This is Canada
My wife thinks its another one of my shennagan's. I almost believe her, but
then I see an ad for the latest in ST data base managers. Organize your
life. Never succumb to paper lists again. This software is packed with
features! Supports a monitor, left/right cursor movements, does automatic
linefeeds in a report! You name it! And then that gleam comes into my
eye. They glaze over. I feel the poetry of Moliere like when he so eruditely
discussed "vapours of the brain" in the play "A Doctor Inspite of Himself".
Suddenly, I am ready to exchange money for any package.
Please someone. Anyone. Help me out. What's the low down on data base
managers for the ST? I guess I need something with some analytical capabil-
ities. I read a book on REFLEX for the IBM. This sounded like a neat
product. Is there something out there like this for the ST?