GAL Equation File
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What is an EQN file?
Logic file created for programmable logic devices (PLDs) called GALs (gate array logic); contains logic equations for controlling a programmable GAL chip; saved in a plain text format.
After implementing an EQN file, a programmer typically converts the file into a binary JEDEC .JED file, which can be used to program the target chip.
Programs that open or reference EQN files
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An EQN file contains an equation created for use in a Corel WordPerfect document. WordPerfect users create EQN files using the program's Equation Editor. Then, they can insert the equation the EQN file contains into a WordPerfect document.
Scientists, mathematicians, technical writers, and others may need to insert formatted equations into their WordPerfect documents (.WPD files). To allow these users to easily create, edit, save, and load equations, WordPerfect includes an Equation Editor. To open the Equation Editor, users select:
Insert → Equation
After creating an equation in the Equation Editor, users can choose to save that equation as an EQN file (by selecting File → Save... from the Equation Editor window). They can then load their EQN file in the Equation Editor at a later time, to quickly insert the equation the file contains into a document.
How to open an EQN file
You can open an EQN file with Corel WordPerfect (Windows). To do so, open WordPerfect's Equation Editor (Insert → Equation). Then, select File → Open... from the Equation Editor to open your EQN file.