The killer-app database manager on the PC, d Base II and its successors, were database management systems (DBMS) which could be used either as a free-standing, general-purpose application, or a database programming language.


They would ultimately slop glue all over the inside and do other things to reflect the fact that they were mass-produced.

Wholesalers and private labels would use these guitars as a part of their line.

After all, they were making an average of 1000 instruments per day, during this period.

It uses ISAM as its underlying indexing and storage mechanism.

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