Details of the .lib file extension
The table below provides useful information about the .lib file extension. It answers questions such as:
- What is the .lib file?
- What program do I need to open a .lib file?
- How can the .lib file be opened, edited or printed?
- Where can I find the specifications for .lib?
- Which MIME-type is associated with the .lib extension?
- How can I convert .lib files to another format?
- What are other, similar filename extensions to .lib?
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4 extension(s) and 0 alias(es) found in database
ESPL Encrypted Programming File
LIB file is a ESPL Encrypted Programming File. The Ensign Software Programming Language (ESPL) is used to program user-defined studies, lines, reports, and tools using the Ensign Windows software. Encrypted ESPL files are saved with a file extension of .LIB, and cannot be loaded into the ESPL Editor.
Maple Repository Data File
LIB file is a Maple Repository Data File. Maple is a commercial computer algebra system developed and sold commercially by Maplesoft. The file extension .mla is used to denote a Maple repository file. In early versions of Maple, a repository was a pair of files named with .lib and .ind extensions.
Visual C++ Import Library
LIB file is a Visual C++ Import Library. This file contains information the linker needs to resolve external references to exported DLL functions.
LIB file is a TINA Library. TINA is a circuit simulation and PCB design software package for analyzing, designing, and real time testing of analog, digital, VHDL, MCU, and mixed electronic circuits and their PCB layouts, it is made by Designsoft.
Other types of files may also use the .lib file extension.
The .lib file extension is often given incorrectly!
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Can't open a .lib file?
When you double-click a file to open it, Windows examines the filename extension. If Windows recognizes the filename extension, it opens the file in the program that is associated with that filename extension. When Windows does not recognize a filename extension, you receive the following message:
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