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A database management system, is a type of software that provides an interface for interacting with and managing databases. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the creation, organization, retrieval, and manipulation of data within a database. Database software serves as an intermediary between the user, applications, and the physical database, handling tasks such as data storage, retrieval, security, and integrity.

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dBASE III
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Borland DBase 5
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Borland Reflex 2.0
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dbase3-02

dBASE III

DOS19844.2/5
dBASE III is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that was popular in the late 1980s. It was developed by Ashton-Tate, a software company. dBASE III was a successor to the earlier dBASE II and was part of a series of dBASE products. dBASE III played a significant role in the history of database management systems, especially during ...
borland-reflex-2-01

Borland Reflex 2.0

DOS19863.7/5 Borland Software Corporation
Borland Reflex was a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Borland International, a software company that was prominent in the 1980s and 1990s. Reflex was released in the mid-1980s as a graphical database software primarily targeted at business and professional users.
borland-paradox-4-03

Borland Paradox 4.5

DOSWindows XP/98/9519934/5 Borland Software Corporation
dataperfect26-02

Data Perfect 2.6

DOS19933.5/5
borland--dbase-5-02

Borland DBase 5

DOS19944/5 Borland Software Corporation
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