Using My for Settings Management

Just about every FoxPro application has a need to store settings. Whether it be the startup folder or various application preferences, they have to be stored somewhere. Of course, that begs the question “where”? Back in the DOS days, many developers stored settings directly in a DBF table. This sometimes created a table with one record and lots of fields which was immediately useless once you had more than 255 settings (many applications continue this tradition today). When Windows started becoming popular, many started to follow the INI approach, creating settings like [application]suppresslogin = truename = george [timezone] This approach …

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