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T file format description

Many people share .t files without attaching instructions on how to use it. Yet it isn’t evident for everyone which program a .t file can be edited, converted or printed with. On this page, we try to provide assistance for handling .t files.

3 filename extension(s) found in our database.

.t - Turing Source Code

T file is a Turing Source Code. Turing is a Pascal-like programming language developed in 1982 by Ric Holt and James Cordy.

.t file format description:
T format
Application:
Open Turing
Category:
Development files
Mime-type:
application/octet-stream
Magic:
- / -
Aliases:
tur
Turing Source Code related links:
-
Turing Source Code related extensions:
.dem
Turing DEM File
.ti
Turing Include File
.tu
Turing Unit File

.t - TADS 3 Source Code

T file is a TADS 3 Source Code. Text Adventure Development System (TADS) is a prototype-based domain-specific programming language and set of standard libraries for creating interactive fiction (IF) games.

.t file format description:
T format
Application:
TADS 3
Category:
Game Data files
Mime-type:
application/octet-stream
Magic:
- / -
Aliases:
-
TADS 3 Source Code related links:
-
TADS 3 Source Code related extensions:
.t3
TADS 3 Compiled Game
.t3c
TADS 3 Game Configuration

.t - Tom Source Code

T file is a Tom Source Code. Tom is a software environment for defining transformations. It is built as a language extension which adds new matching primitives to C, Java, and Caml.

.t file format description:
T format description not yet available
Application:
Tom
Category:
Development files
Mime-type:
application/octet-stream
Magic:
- / -
Aliases:
tom
Tom Source Code related links:
-
Tom Source Code related extensions:
.mdmp
Windows Debug Dump
.tmf
Trace Message Format File
.fpd
Front Panel Express Design
.pgf
Grammatical Framework Compiled Grammar
.wdw
WinDev Window File
.oca
Visual Basic Control TypeLib Cache

Naturally, other applications may also use the .t file extension. Even harmful programs can create .t files. Be especially cautious with .t files coming from an unknown source!

Can't open a .t 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:

Windows can't open this file:

example.t

To open this file, Windows needs to know what program you want to use to open it. Windows can go online to look it up automatically, or you can manually select one from a list of programs that are installed on your computer.

To avoid this error, you need to set the file association correctly.

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