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Old 08-04-2007, 10:41 AM   #8
beartard
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So even on the native Palm platform, you could download a random pdb container-file and have no idea on earth which application you'd need to view the contents? Like I said, "how insane is that?" ;-)

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"PDB" is a "Palm Database" file. It can hold any type of data at all, from an eBook in any one of 50 different formats, to a photograph of your Auntie Jane. PDB is not a specification of a particular file format.
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