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Developing ZIM Applications

Where Compiled Programs Are Stored

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The disk location of compiled programs is pertinent only if you are copying the application database to another location, managing disk space, or building a fully compiled application.

Each compiled program is stored in a separate file with the same name as the source code file in a directory of the operating system that corresponds to the physical file of the Zim directory that the compiled document belongs. For instance, if a Zim program belongs to ZIM directory, than the corresponding compiled code will be store in the operating system directory called “zim0001.ws” because ZIM directory is stored in file zim0001. In the same way, if the application has a Zim directory called Sales stored in file zim0102, then all compiled files belonging to this Zim directory will be store in the operating system directory zim0102.ws.

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