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.FD File Extension

File Type 1LaTeX Font Definition File

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FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

What is a FD file?

File used by LaTeX, a typesetting system used to create formatted documents; contains a font declaration that maps LaTeX font properties to TeX font specifications; used to describe how LaTeX font attributes are translated into TeX fonts.

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FD files are stored in a plain text format and contain commands that declare font families, font provider files, and font encodings.

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Programs that open FD files
Windows
LaTeXEditor
Lyx
JLatexEditor
AUCTEX
Mac
LyX/Mac
AUCTEX
Linux
Lyx
JLatexEditor
Updated 3/24/2010

File Type 2DataFlex Data File

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File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

What is a FD file?

Data file used by DataFlex, a 4GL (Fourth-Generation Programming Language) used for creating business database applications; contains references to an internal DataFlex number as well as DataFlex column definitions.

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FD files are used by the DataFlex compiler to associate program code references with database tables.

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Programs that open FD files
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Data Access Visual DataFlex
Updated 3/24/2010

.FD Extension Information

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