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.S File Extension

File Type 1Source Code File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
4.0 (31 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

What is an S file?

An S file is a generic source code file that contains the source for a computer program. It may be written in a number of different programming languages, but is commonly used for storing Assembly code.

More Information

If you find an S file and do not know what programming language it contains, you can open it using a variety of text and source code editors. Some programs that can open and edit S files include Microsoft Notepad, gVim, MacroMates TextMate, Bare Bones BBEdit, and Vi.

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Programs that open S files
Updated 11/15/2018

File Type 2Microsoft Train Simulator Shape File

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
3.0 (3 Votes)
Category3D Image Files
FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

.S File Association 2

Shape file used by Microsoft Train Simulator, a program that allows users to play the role of a locomotive engineer or passenger; contains shape data such as geometry, images, size, texture, and lighting effects; used for customizing and displaying locomotives in Train Simulator.

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S files can be used to "tweak" new locomotive graphics that are added by users. They can be generated using the "Conv3DS" program with .3DS files in Train Simulator. Once an S file has been generated, it may be edited using a text editor.

Programs that open S files
Windows
Microsoft Train Simulator
Updated 1/5/2010

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