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    Default Kenpo Data Base

    I'm playing around with creating data bases and using java as a front end. But I'm having a little creativity problem. Here's a question: If you were to create a Kenpo Data Base what would you have in it? Any suggestions are fine I'm just learning new tech here and wanted to do something fun with it.


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    Principles and their definitions.
    Technique descriptions.
    Descriptions of Forms.
    History & Lineage (Family Tree)
    ...some suggestions.
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    Hi.

    Did you mean for your students, like what they know?

    Or a database of information about kenpo?

    If that's the case, then all of the techniques, their belt level, the description, category of attack, family grouping, if it's in a kata(which one) and in what position.

    The katas all written out.
    Sparring techniques

    Hmmm

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    Family groupings would be nice too.
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    What about starting from the ground up with basics, then techs and forms. Perhaps you could link them together so when a basic is listed, you can see a list of techniques or forms that basic is in, or which forms a technique is in, etc.

    Sometimes I forget how to perform a basic move (or forget the name), but may be able to remember by running through a form or tech.

    I second the suggestion on family groupings.

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