What is a rdx file and how do I open a rdx file?
The Reflex Data File is stored in the RDX format and is affixed with the RDX extension, and is used by Borland Reflex. These RDX files are generally classified as data files that contain data in a flat file format. Flat file format contains records that have no structured interrelationship and requires less space compared to structured files. Borland Reflex was a database management used by DOS. It was known as the first commercial PC database that used mouse and graphics mode. This program runs slower under Microsoft Windows enhanced mode because the application requires a hard drive performance. Such database requires 640K memory and is not copy protected. This program can import data from several sources such as Lotus 1-2-3, Symphony, dBASE II and III, PFS, DIF, and ASCII text files. The Borland Reflex software can be used in Microsoft Windows based systems to access and play RDX files.
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