Programmers, with their inbuilt sense of order and discipline, should
really be running the world.
William E. Colls Tel 613 591 0079
PROComputer Systems Fax 613 591 3924
67 Willow Glen Dr www.procomsys.com
Kanata Ontario Canada K2M 1T1 PEG Member 1998051404
Specialists in Progress software development since 1985
"Making Good Progress" by John Campbell comes to mind. It is anQuote:> I am attempting to help someone with a system that has been
> using Progress. I have been programming for 15 years but I have
> used Progress before. Does anyone know of a good reference book
> that I
> could buy and where I could find it? I am desperate!
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Would anyone recommend any Progress books that would cover:
1. Database maintainance.
2. Reference guide.
3. Programming information.