Program Design in the Fourth Generation

Program Design in the Fourth Generation

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This is a book on modern programming practices as adapted to fourth generation languages. While it uses DBASE III+ and IV as an example, it is not a language manual but instructs readers in modern techniques of systems analysis and program design in the context of a fourth generation language. Covering the workings of business information systems, design of programs, and implementation, it uses an acronym-free format and, unlike existing books on program design, modifies the use of analysis and design methods to fit in a fourth generation, database-oriented environment. The techniques used have been proven in both personal computer and mainframe environments.Sometimes data flows are not used directly by other bubbles but are stored for later use in another part of the system. ... This diagram should be the starting point of event modeling, since the most important part of the model is to determine what are the flows of ... They were originally developed for third generation languages by using conventional file designs rather than database management systems.

Title:Program Design in the Fourth Generation
Author: John A. Lehman
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1991-01-16

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