Albert Einstein probably said:The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
You asked variants of the same question repeatedly and already got answers, asking the question once more will not get you new answers.
Quote:Can anybody help on how to read .tdx file
you can read the file with any binary enabled text editor. Those editors are not general purpose, they are specialized editors, usually for programmers.
But since the file is not plain text, you will need to decode or uncompress it in order to understand it, and this van be a huge work.
A big NO
Quote:can you give me a clue on how to decode or uncompress it, after reading it with binary text editor
Or secondly, it will be a grate things for me, if u can help me to read out a .tdx file, i want to know really know it structured and what the real content is
FoxPro offers many ways to export data, but obviously, .tdx and .tds files are meant for FoxPro internal use.
This means digging in iser documentation, as it is likely to be poorly documented, this means even more digging in technical documentation (if available), experimenting with toy apps to generate files where you know what they contain, then analyzing the files for some clues.
If compressed, the algorithm comes from an era before the zip compression, which lead you literally to hundreds of flavors of compressions. As those compressions methods are deprecated, it may be difficult to find source code or uncompressing utilities.
Once uncompressed, data may be not in plain text.
All this leads to days or even weeks of work with no guaranty of success. There is no way someone will want to spend such amount of time for free.