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What application is this??
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: What application is this??
- From: email@example.com (Cris Johnson)
- Date: Mon, 3 Jun 91 13:52:42 PDT
>I was browsing the INFO-MACL contributions directory and came upon a
>of files with .HQX, .CPT and .SIT extensions. Can someone tell me how one
>goes about using these files? I'm assuming that .HQX files are somekind
>compressed format, but I don't know how to uncompress them.
.HQX stands for binhexed files (its a format which unifies the macintosh
data, resource and finder informations of a file in one common ascii text
only file). You can convert .hqx files with Stuffit.
.SIT is the extension of Stuffit archives.
.CPT is the extension of Compactor archives.
NB: Stuffit and Compactor are shareware utilities that should not be to
complicated to obtain.
More generally, is there anywhere a publicly-accessible listing of
applications vs the 4 character signatures that are found in a
Macintosh file's "creator" field?
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