I see it's recommended that tables be closed as a program exit function but I'd sure rather not. After writing to a table I'd close it and reopen it again but otherwise I'd like to just leave everything open. It's a big speed difference.
If this entry is checked (recommended) FoxWeb closes all open databases after execution of user programs. If this option is disabled, user programs will have to check whether a table has already been opened by a previous program before deciding whether to open it or select it. This option can be disabled in situations involving extremely large table/index files, in which there would be a performance hit if tables were opened and closed every time.