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sony
8th July 2008, 00:27
come sopra:
sonia

axew3
9th July 2008, 21:07
VFC = Virtual File Cabinet? Dove lo hai trovato? Per cosa ti serve o in quale contesto?

Checco
10th July 2008, 00:37
In effetti, essendo un'estensione poco comune, senza altre informazioni un p difficile :).
Non che hai scritto male ed intendevi .VCF ?


Cmq, per VFC, oltre a quanto indicato da Axe :
http://www.google.it/search?hl=it&q=%22VFC+file+format%22&btnG=Cerca&meta=

Sinceramente non c'ho capito niente ... OpenVMS Systems ??? :confused:


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B.5.3 VFC File Format
If a VFC file is created on OpenVMS Alpha or on OpenVMS I64 and then read on Tru64 UNIX, the data record will be returned with the 2-byte control string in the data record when it is read.
The workaround is to convert the file to a non-VFC format on OpenVMS Alpha or I64 by specifying /NOVFC. Alternatively, you can skip over the VFC bytes when you read the file on Tru64 UNIX.
The following files are by default created in VFC format on OpenVMS Alpha and I64:
LINAGE
REPORT WRITER
SEQUENTIAL EXTERNAL/GLOBAL
Output with WRITE ADVANCING

PS: Citato solo per curiosita* ;)