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File Type, Extension Glossary
Every filename contains a file extension like exe, eml, email, eps, elf, and others that refers to the specific type of file. Info on files like exe, eml, eps, env and others is used by your PC operating system to launch an appropriate program associated with that respective file.

.elf - File contains most of the contents from a PlayStation 2 video game disc including game data, object code, and shared libraries. File can be edited to modify gameplay. Elf is also an executable file format used by the Nintendo Wii ( file extension elf )

.email - Outlook Express Mail Message. ( filename extension email )

.emf - Enhanced Metafile format. Next generation Windows Metafile. (See .wmf). EMF files are not supported by the 16-bit Windows and OLE environments. ( filename extension emf )

.eml - MS Outlook Express Electronic Mail. ( filename extension eml )

.eps - Encapsulated PostScript file format. Adobe drawing format supported by most illustration and page layout programs. ( filename extension eps )

.etx - Structure Enhanced Text file format. Simple ASCII text file format used on the Internet. ( filename extension etx )

.euc - Extended Unix Code. A method of encoding Japanese characters in a text string.

.exe - Executable file format. These files contain the programs that are used on a computer. Double clicking on these files will run, or "execute", the program. ( filename extension exe )

The end of each filename contains a file extension ( eml, email, emf, eps, exe, ecc, edb ) which refers to the type of file.
This information is used by your computer operating system to launch an appropriate program that is associated with this file.

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