Clarion DOS Database Key File
The .DAT file is usually associated with .K## (##=numbers) key files that are indexes into the data. There may also be a .MEM memo file. This is a structure used by DOS versions of the software. If the .K## files are not available and are not automatically rebuilt you can use the oldest DOS version of Clarion Professional Developer to build them.
I have tried to find this Clarion DOS Database but no luck
I am newbie in databases so I have no clue what I can do more.
It looks as Clarion v.2.1 to me ... it was ran under DOS.
*.mem are memo files, *.dat files hold data and .k* files are indexes. Therefore, concentrate onto *.dat ones.
I worked with it 10 years ago and memories are in mist somewhere, but I *think* that you can NOT extract data unless you install Clarion. There is an option in developer to unload data into a (text) file which could be then imported elsewhere.
Installation came on a few floppy disks if I remember well, so - if there's any kind of a trial Clarion program for download, it won't take much time to grab it