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- Database Techniques for Librarians: A Primer Using Turbo Pascal, G.K. Hall, 1993
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Database Techniques for Librarians: A Primer Using Turbo Pascal (Professional Librarian Series)
ISBN: 0816119678 G K Hall. 1993 Librarians and library students need to understand database management techniques to make informed decisions about computers and to be able to use them effectively.
Intended for the beginning- to intermediate-level programmer, Database Techniques for Librarians: A Primer Using Turbo Pascal describes the fundamentals of database design, sorting, searching, and screen design and control. All examples of programs and codes in this volume are written in Turbo Pascal, a widely used procedural language.
Presented in a logical, easy-to-use format, Database Techniques for Librarians explains the inside details of programming spreadsheets, word processors, and databases. This reference is an essential resource for librarians up to the challenge of creating customized programming.