Files that use the TDS extension are used for the Borland Turbo Debugger Symbol Table Format. Borland Turbo Debugger was created by Borland Software Corporation through Embarcadero Technologies for C++ Builder.
That is why the file has the extension TDS which stands for Turbo Debugger Symbols.
The TDS extension file contains a table of symbols used by the Borland Turbo Debugger program, created by the Borland linker, and includes reference data required during the software debugging process.
Turbo Debugger is an integral part of Borland C++ Builder as well as previous Borland software development programs.
To create or operate on a TDS file extension, you must have the following software installed:
If you downloaded a TDS file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open TDS File on iOS device follow steps below:
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