FileMaker 7 AppleScript Reference 2.0 The FileMaker 7 AppleScript Reference document provides a quick reference guide to commonly used FileMaker 7 AppleScript commands. This document provides a description of each code example, the FileMaker 6 example code, and the FileMaker 7 code.
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Neanderthal Genome May Be Reconstructed German and U.S. scientists have launched a project to reconstruct the Neanderthal genome, the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology said Wednesday.