Gdbm is a GNU database indexing library, including routines which use
extensible hashing. Gdbm works in a similar way to standard UNIX dbm
routines. Gdbm is useful for developers who write C applications and
need access to a simple and efficient database or who are building C
applications which will use such a database.
If you're a C developer and your programs need access to simple
database routines, you should install gdbm. You'll also need to
gdbm_dump The gdbm_dump utility creates a dump of the specified gdbm(3) database file. The name for the output dump file is supplied by the second argument (FILE). If not... gdbm_load Create a gdbm database file DB_FILE from the dump file FILE. If the FILE argument is not supplied, output the created database to the standard error. If the... gdbmtool The gdbmtool utility allows you to view and modify an existing GDBM database or to create a new one. The DBFILE argument supplies the name of the database to...