Report generated by the FoxPro Documenting Wizard; "Xref.lst" lists all user-defined symbols, "Files.lst" lists all files in the project, "project.lst" puts all formatted code in a single file, "Tree.lst" shows the procedure calling tree
Disc label template used by LightScribe Template Labeler, a disc label creation program; contains a label design that serves as a starting point for creating custom designs; the final label design can be burned into the top of a CD or DVD using a LightScribe optical drive.
Standard LightScribe label designs are saved with an .LSL extension.
List template created by Now Contact, a day-to-day activities and contact information organizer; contains a template print layout for a list; pre-loaded options are "By Company," "By Listing," and "By Name."
To add or edit the LST templates, select the "List Layouts" drop down menu and select Define Layout..., make your edits, and click OK when you're finished.
To select the template you want to print from, select File → Print Templates..., select your template from the "Template Type" drop down menu, and click OK.
Contains a listing of various types of information; used by many kinds of programs, such as Microsoft Visual Studio; may be exported from a spreadsheet or database program or may include a list of files to be installed by a software installer.
LST files are typically plain text files, which can be viewed and edited with a text editor. If the file will not open in a text editor, it is most likely saved in a binary format that can only be opened by the program that created the file.
System file used by GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader), a multi-boot boot loader used for running multiple operating systems on the same computer; saved as the filename menu.lst and contains menu options for displaying the boot loader screen menu on system startup.
LST files specify properties such as the operating system names and hard drive partition for the operating system. They can also specify the default operating system and a timeout that selects the default if no input is specified.
An example of a GRUB menu.lst file would be:
Any extension used by the Linux operating system Tiny Core must be listed in a LST file, with only one extension per line.
The default location for the menu.lst file is /boot/grub/.