Updated: 10/18/2022 by Computer Hope
Computer keyboard key with the word programming printed on it.

Originally developed by Fox Software and known as FoxPro or FoxBASE, Fox Software was acquired by Microsoft in June 1992 and is now known as VFP (Visual FoxPro). FoxBASE was originally released in 1984 by Fox Software and is a programming language used to develop database applications.

The final version of FoxPro is Visual FoxPro 9.0, released by Microsoft in 2004. Microsoft also released the SP2 patch for version 9.0 in 2007. No further development work or updates are being done by Microsoft.

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