Thread: C-Tree?

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    Hi All,

    I was doing some research on what a program uses as its backend database. From some websites, its states "<the program> uses the C-tree database system, a 15 year old flat-file system."

    Tried doing a search to find out how this tree structure is organized but only came up with a bunch of links to faircom. What does the "C" stand for (like binary for btree)?

    Can anyone provide some info or point me in the right direction?


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    I think C-Tree is a registered trademark of Faircom. Its not a generic term like Btree.

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