FlashGet Partial Download
3.1 | 11 Votes
What is a JC file?
Partial or incomplete file downloaded with FlashGet, a download management program; created when a download is started and saved as the actual file (with the original extension) when the download is complete.
FlashGet downloads can be resumed if the transfer is interrupted or stopped as long as the file is still available on the server.
The JC extension comes from "JetCar," the original name of the program.
Programs that open JC files
Jacy Source Code File
4.0 | 2 Votes
A JC file may also be a source code file written in the Jacy programming language. It contains code that is meant to be compiled and executed using the Jacy compiler. Programs written using the Jacy programming language are most often used to implement numerical algorithms in cross-platform applications.
Jacy programs are written and saved in JC files. After developers have finished developing a Jacy program, they can invoke the Jacy compiler to compile the source code their JC file contains.
How to open a JC file
JC files are plain text files, so you can open and edit them in any text or source code editor. Source code editors, such as Microsoft Visual Studio Code (cross-platform) and GitHub Atom (cross-platform), may allow you to install add-ons that highlight Jacy syntax.
How do I compile the program a JC file contains?
You can install Jacy and use the Jacy compiler (cross-platform) to compile and run the program a JC file contains. For example, in Windows, you can enter the command bin\win32_release\jc [--build=release] [--arch=win32] yourfilename.jc [--run arguments] to run the program a JC file contains (after installing Jacy). For more information, refer to Jacy's official documentation, linked below.