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whether foxpro is an interpreter and if not what is it ?

What I have tried:

could i call it as a package ?
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Updated 31-Dec-20 6:08am
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Dave Kreskowiak 31-Dec-20 12:03pm
   
I'd call it a pointless question.
Gerry Schmitz 31-Dec-20 15:28pm
   
It "has" an interpreter. It also has a compiler. Why "call it" if you don't know what it is?

You can easily use Google to find this sort of information. It really is time you started doing the basic research for yourself, before posting questions like this.

Please read the Code Project Quick Answers FAQ[^].
   
This is the third question TODAY where you have been told to do some basic research first.
If you persist in posting "questions" like this then I will have no option but to report you as a Troll. This could end up with you being banned from the site.

Research is not hard - try just typing "FoxPro" into Google, or Bing or whatever your favourite search engine is. Then start working your way through the results or refining your search criteria. demo[^]
   
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Richard MacCutchan 31-Dec-20 13:15pm
   
I can't figure out whether he is really dim, or just lazy.
Richard Deeming 6-Jan-21 11:03am
   
Why not both? :)
Richard MacCutchan 6-Jan-21 11:35am
   
I was trying to be generous. :))

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