Executables

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* [[Commodore 64 binary executable]] (.prg)
 
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* [[DOS executable (.com)]] — 16 bit DOS executable
 
* [[DOS executable (.com)]] — 16 bit DOS executable
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* [[EPOC/Symbian executable]]
 
* [[EXE]] — MS-DOS, MS Windows, and others
 
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* [[Sikuli]]
 
* [[Sikuli]]
 
* [[Windows Script File]]
 
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For additional formats, see [[Programming Languages]].
 
For additional formats, see [[Programming Languages]].

Latest revision as of 16:11, 5 November 2018

File Format
Name Executables
Ontology

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Container formats for machine executable code. These often define different sections to be loaded into memory. Some formats may be compatible with different CPU architectures.

Contents

[edit] Directly executable

[edit] Shared libraries, chained files, etc.

(can't be run by themselves, but are used at runtime by other executables)

[edit] Resource data used by executables and sometimes embedded in them

See Resources.

[edit] Meta-info files used in execution of programs/packages

[edit] Virtual machine code

(see Wikipedia:UVC-based preservation for use of virtual machines in archival preservation)

[edit] Macros or automated scripting

For additional formats, see Programming Languages.

[edit] Executable compression

See also Wikipedia:Executable compression.

[edit] See also

[edit] Links

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