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DBD provides a very general/flexible/systematic method of representing things and is best suited for applications where the data structure is complex, varied and unknown at design-time.
DBD schemas/queries/code require fewer modifications to meet future/unknown data requirements compared to other databases.
DBD's NLI provides a high-level interface that allows user to manage data via English-like expressions. DBD allows users to enter data without specifying a schema.
DBD's GUI allows novice users to browse complex data simply by clicking nodes in the tree view.
DBD's RUI allows users to access a database across the Internet and local networks.
DBD can export data from the grid into tab-delimited files. Details...
DBD can export data from the tree into XML formatted files. Details....
DBD's API allows programmers to access data via C/C++ and VB.
DBD is simple to install. Copy to a PC and double-click to run.
DBD is ultra compact. It fits on a low-density floppy.

DBD is still evolving. Currently its use may be limited to experimental and academic applications.
In general, DBD does not enforce user-defined constraints. While constraints can be stored in the database, it is upto applications to enforce them.
DBD is a RAM-resident database. Currently, the maximum database size is appoximately 4 GB on PCs with 32-bit processors. This maximum size will increase on upcomming PCs with 64-bit processors.

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