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The 4D Internet Users Group (4D iNUG) provides an Internet forum for users and developers of the 4D RAD / RDBMS (relational and Web database environment for Macintosh and Windows) to exchange ideas and techniques, discuss problems and solutions, swap code fragments, announce 4D jobs and products, and basically help each other out.

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