Version of file multiplied by 10.
Name of table as stored in the file.
Number of records in this table.
Number of fields in this table.
Number of bytes used for the header. This is usually 0x800.
This value multiplied by 0x400 is the size of a data block in bytes.
The number of data blocks in the file. Each data block contains a
certain number of records which depends on the record size and the data
block size (maxtablesize). Data blocks may not necessarily be
Number of fields used for the primary index. The fields do always start
as field number 1.
The DOS codepage which was used for encoding fields with character data.
If the target encoding is not set with
px_set_targetencoding() this will be the encoding for
character fields when records are being accessed with