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.L File Extension

File Type 1Left Audio Channel File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
4.2 (10 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatN/A

What is an L file?

Audio file containing the left channel of an audio track; may be exported by an audio production program, such as Digital Performer (Mac) or Cubase (Mac and Windows).

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Programs that open L files
Windows
Apple iTunes or other music player
Mac
Apple iTunes or other music player
Updated 12/9/2006

File Type 2Game of Life File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.7 (20 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.L File Association 2

Contains a pattern of dots that is used as the starting point for "The Game of Life," a mathematical game developed by John Conway; often used for teaching purposes in math and computer science.

More Information

The basic rules of "The Game of Life" are 1) an empty space becomes a dot if exactly 3 neighbors are dots, 2) a dot with 2 or 3 neighboring dots stays a dot, and 3) all other cases, the space becomes or remains empty. The result is the development of some interesting patterns.

Programs that open L files
Windows
Life32
Game of Life Java applet
Mac
Game of Life Java applet
Linux
Game of Life Java applet
Updated 4/11/2008

File Type 3Lex Source File

DeveloperMike Lesk
Popularity
3.6 (7 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatText

.L File Association 3

Source code file written for Lex, a program used to generate lexical analyzers; contains formal declarations for allowable source code syntax in a file; used for specifying the recognized syntax of source code.

More Information

A lexical analyzer allows developers to convert text into a sequence of "tokens," which is required in the process of compiling source code. Lex generates a C source code from an input L file.

NOTE: Lex is often used in combination with Yacc, a program used to generate source code parsers.

Programs that open L files
Updated 2/21/2011

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