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  From the April 2015 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Paradox Installation, Setup, & BDE:
ObjectPAL File Extensions
 
Posted 12 years ago on 10/29/2008 and updated 1/28/2009
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KB101354

Languages Focus: File Extensions

Common or primary file extensions used (not a complete list, just the basics).

ObjectPAL File Extensions

Paradox for Windows has two primary file types: source files and delivered files:

Source Files
Source files in Paradox are binary but can can be opened in later versions of Paradox and even in earlier versions if you don't use any new features.

  • .FSL = Form
  • .RSL = Report
  • .SSL = Script
  • .LSL = Library

Since Paradox source files do not compile to an EXE, Paradox developers tend to use a startup form or script to start the application.

Delivered Files

Can only be opened in the major version of Paradox they were compiled in (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, etc).

  • .FDL = Form
  • .RDL = Report
  • .SDL = Script
  • .LDL = Library

More...

For querires Paradox offers with Query By Example (QBE) or Structured Queary Language (SQL). You can save and execute these queries.

  • .QBE = Query By Example
  • .SQL = Structured Query Language

More Info

KB Post:  Paradox Table Specifications

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When it comes to internet we see lot of files with different file extensions to it. As, I am being a HR guy who works for thepensters reviews writing service company. I don`t know much about these file extensions and which software will be opening it. Sometimes I even take the help of my computer department guys in opening the files.

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1 Beginner Level Question

Question #1: Multiple Choice

A form has what extension?

Answer:
1. 

.FSL for the delivered form, .FDL for the source code.

2. 

.FS for the source code, .FD for delivered form.

3. 

.FSL is the only extension for a form.

4. 

.FSL for the source code, .FDL for delivered form.

5. 

.FDL is the only extension for a form.


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