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difference between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3

Mohsen Pahlevanzadeh-2
What differ between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3 files?
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Re: difference between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3

Shawn Wagner
A sqlite database is just a file. You can name it whatever you want. People
who like file extensions often use such ones (I assume you meant .sqlite2
and .sqlite3? The first would likely be used to indicate a sqlite 2
database, assuming you can find any software that still uses it...)

On Fri, Mar 15, 2019, 3:29 AM Mohsen Pahlevanzadeh <[hidden email]>
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> What differ between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3 files?
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Re: difference between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3

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On 15 Mar 2019, at 10:29am, Mohsen Pahlevanzadeh <[hidden email]> wrote:

> What differ between *.db *.db3 *.sqlie2 *.slite3 files?

Be very careful of .sqlite2 files.  The name suggests an obsolete version of SQLite that is incompatible with everything from the last decade.

Apart from that, SQLite databases can have any extension.  SQLite doesn't care.  And it has only one database file format.

Simon.
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