I have several database files from 1996 that I need to open. These files have the extension PRG and BAK. I do not know the origninal program that was used to create these files but it might have been foxpro??? as on the same CD where these old files are, there are dbf files that I can easily open (after importing to SAS).
I do not have Foxpro installed on my computer. How can I open those PRG and BAK files?? My OS is Windows XP pro.
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