The VAL extension files have, so far, two possible applications and formats, as follows:
In the first case, the VAL file is a dictionary of words used by Valodas, a free language learning program.
Valodas is a free game that has seven lexical associative learning activities.
Three of them are games (cards, scrabble and acrostics), while the others are based on viewing words and their subsequent memory between the two chosen languages.
Valodas will record your progress as we navigate through the dictionary and learn new words.
The VAL file features word learning, repetition, and spelling help.
The VAL dictionary file can be edited and updated by the user using the Valodas software.
In this second case, the VAL file is a database object that contains a list of values used by the dBASE database software.
dBASE was the first full relational DBMS for personal computers and was originally developed for CP/M machines.
It was initially marketed by Ashton-Tate, later acquired by Borland.
The dBASE DBF file format has become a de facto standard used by many applications, even today.
The VAL file can be referenced by one or more databases.
It is supported by both dBASE and dBASE Plus.
If you downloaded a VAL file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open VAL File on iOS device follow steps below:
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