INP (pronounced "imp") is a database management system including forms processing data entry. It consists of over fifty utility programs for database access and support, batch updating, and report generation. It was developed by Bob Tidd at the University of California, Berkeley in 1976, and predated many of the commercial and opensource databases in use today. It is still in use on a wide variety of systems at the University and associated institutions.
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... INPcan be used for any small to medium databaseor data entry task ... Basic applications of INPcan be designed and implemented by persons familiar with Unix and the text editor, but without programming experience ... INPhas two powerful sets of options ...