The Visual Foxpro Users Group of New York City (VFPUG NYC) will meet on Thursday, March 6, at 7 pm. We meet in NYU's Silver Building, northeast corner of Washington Sq (32 Waverly Place), in room #806. Be sure to bring picture ID, and tell the guard you are going to "the computer club". Our member Lew Schwartz will give a presentation of his own programming style. In his words: "The often ignored application object is the cornerstone of VFP's object-oriented IDE. It is the bridge that allows legacy code to live peacefully with the modern object-oriented paradigm. By leveraging the ideas it presents, it's possible to bring its great flexibility to your runtime, distributed environment. This user-defined application object can be the brains behind a very modern, object-oriented application." For last-minute directions (in case the room number changes, e.g.) , you may call 917/ 376-1792. To unsubscribe from the NYACC Database SIG list, send an email to nycfoxsig-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' (no quotes) in the subject field.