November 26th, 2006, 06:45 AM
Wired file extension
hey guy i have a quick question
i have files i need to open to view the content.
file extension a pretty funky..lol
is there an apps that could open all kinds of files?
the extension are
November 26th, 2006, 07:19 AM
When in doubt google.
I came up with:
November 26th, 2006, 07:31 AM
thx but it does not say what application i cold open it with?there shold be one that opens all theses file ext?
November 26th, 2006, 07:46 AM
The only one we could say for sure is .bat, notepad will do for opening that. Different programmers use different extensions so a .dat could be binary or text based (for example). If you let us know the aapplication that creates them we could tell you, but without knowing that its impossable to say for sure.
Originally Posted by techker
If you dont mind hexadecimal any hex-editor will happily open any of them, but you wont see any formatting. Frhed is a good hex editor.
Hope this helps.
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November 26th, 2006, 05:44 PM
.so is a shared object (pretty much a *nix equivalent to that of DLL's in Windows) file.
It can be disassembled (to see the disassembly code for it) using a disassembler that supports this file type.
.bat and .dat can be opened with your average text editor. If you're using Windows, WordPad works fine for both. .dat files are sometimes used to hold ascii (plain) text, and at others time to hold text which is encoded in a format other than ascii.
Are you sure there is a .file extension for a file? You may have misunderstood something about it and it may be a binary executable file (this is what *nix uses where Windows uses .exe) for use on a *nix system. It could also just contain ascii text.
I'm not sure what a .bif file is, but whenever in doubt, just use http://filext.com/. The site lets you search for a file extension type and gives you information about. I havn't yet found an extension type that it did not have information on.