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What is the Inmem000.rem file?

Posted on 2001-08-30
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Hi,

I've recently noticed that my Delphi application creates a temporary file while it's running
named "Inmem000.rem". My question is, what is this file used for?

Regards,

Bill
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szjozsef earned 400 total points
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This file is used by BDE.
This file is like a memory swap file.

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JSz.
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Thank you.

Regards,

Bill
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