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NIKA_ROOT Microrim, Inc.
Personal R:Base (V.1.0)
    Personal R:Base (V.1.0)
    Personal R:Base (V.1.0)
      = support agreement available 
      Scaled-down version of Microrim's R:Base V.3.1 designed for
      non-programmers. Includes QBE interface, forms generator, report
      writer and application generator that allows user to build programs by
      selecting menu options. Features pop-up windows that enable user to
      create multi-table and multi-record entries. Compatible with dBase
      III and III Plus files.- 
      Scaled-down version of Microrim's R:Base relational DBMS, designed for
      non-programmers, and for personal use. Manages user's data including
      mailing lists, appointments calendar, and other data. Enables the
      user to browse, edit, and query data from an integrated menu. Lets
      the user look through data, arrange it to answer specific questions,
      and make selected changes without changing menus. Product features
      include a graphic-style interface with cascading pull-down menus,
      dialog boxes, and information lines. Allows user descriptions and
      provides for 18-character names for data tables. Query and browse
      capabilities include the ability to view, edit, query and print from
      one menu. Supports multi-column sorting, spreadsheet-like formatting,
      crosstabs for inter-column analysis, and automatic tallies, groupings
      and computes for data. Allows for query-by-example with heuristic
      query optimization. The application generator can create pull-down
      menu-type applications without programming. Provides for automated
      menu-driven application building and revision. Reports include Quick
      Reports, Quick Sort and Quick Select, Multi-table reports, and picture
      formats for values like phone numbers, and Social Security numbers.
      Allows unlimited reports per table, and includes a built-in mailing
      label generator. Database capabilities include 80 tables and views per
      database, 80 tables in use concurrently, and accommodates more than
      two billion rows/records per database or table. Allows 800 columns
      per database, 400 columns per table, and 80 indexes per table.= 640 KB 
      = No 
      MOUSE= No 
      = $99 
      = 1992