Notes about the PLL file extension:
Incorrect file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your PC system. As such it is highly recommended to scan your PC for invalid registry entries
, unused processes and other unfavourable system settings to identify slowdown issues.
The PLL file type is primarily associated with 'Clipper Prelinked Library'.
Detailed information for file extension PLL:
Primary association: Clipper Prelinked Library
Other applications associated with file type PLL:
- Oracle (Binary Library Module) by Oracle,
There are two file extensions used by the library facility:
Related links: Learning Oracle Forms 4.5
- .PLL files are the binary library modules. This file is portable across systems (but be aware of the inclusion or exclusion of path information that may make the module unportable - see a discussion of this later in the chapter). The file is created when you save the library in the Designer.
- .PLD files are the text form of the binary module. They can be used for source control. They are created with the command line option script=yes when you generate the form module using f45gen.
- PAKLEO (Compressed Archive) This association is classified as Archive. The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex: 4C 45 4F 4C 5A 57 20 2D 20 28 63 29 20 4C 65 6F 6E 61 72 64 75 73 20 4C 65 6F 6E 61 72 64 69 20 31 39 39 33 1A , ASCII: LEOLZW.-.(c).Leonardus.Leonardi.1993.
'Identifying characters' used on FILExt.com are
provided by Marco Pontello from his TrID database
Invalid file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your Windows PC. It is highly recommended that you scan your PC for invalid registry entries
, unused processes and other slowdown issues.
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