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I have a database Application Using BDE Database Engine, and Paradox databse files.

 in my application executable folder, sometime I see files named as (_QSQ3025.DB) and they disappear when I close the application. it seems they are temprary files, But I want to make sure.

  Because somtimes they doesn't disappear even when I close the Application, so I remove them manualy.
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those a tempoaray file created by paradox

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If the do not disappear after closing youre app something went wrong (you killed an database process or .....), you can delete them ,

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