Executable (file name extension)
An Executable file that contains the code for a program.
The proper three character file extension for an executable file on a Windows-based PC.
Executable program Compilers and assemblers
Executable (.exe) !-- ctxt_ad_partner = "1780786010"; ctxt_ad_section = "10477"; ctxt_ad_bg = ""; ctxt_ad_width = 336; ctxt_ad_height = 280; ctxt_ad_bc = "ffffff"; ctxt_ad_cc = "ffffff"; ctxt_ad_lc = "0000aa"; ctxt_ad_tc = "333333"; ctxt_ad_uc = "fffffd"; // -- Export Exporting is by saving a file and saving it in a different file format. A good example is saving files in Photoshop for the .bmp/.psd extension to a compressed web ready format .jpg.
EXECUTABLE No info
A file extension that indicates an executable file. Executable files are in a format that a computer can directly execute. They open and run, or execute, a program on your computer. Be wary of e-mail attachments that contain .exe files because they may contain viruses.
A file identifier for an executable file. Usually a program
A file extension given to files which are executable. That is, files which run programs.
DOS based executable file.
An executable is a program for a CP/M, MS-DOS, MS-Windows, or possibly even an x86 GEOS machine.
DOS/Windows program; this is the kind of file most likely to contain a virus.
A DOS or Windows program or a self-extracting file. File Type: Binary If this is an executable (self-extracting) file, then it can usually be launched by double-clicking on the icon on your desktop. This is the only way to tell if it is an executable file.
Filetype of "Executable" (program) files
A Microsoft Windows file extension used for applications that are "executable," and immediately launch a program when opened.
Executable file. A program that can run on a PC. Do not open unless you know what it is and where it came from.
(pronounced "Eee-Ex-Eee") 1. an executable program. 2. the TLE associated with executables on DOS/ Windows PCs. See APPL.
A file extension that indicates that the file is a program file.
An executable suffix to a computer file denoting it as an execution file.
EXE is the common filename extension for denoting an executable file (a program) in the MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, and OS/2 operating systems. Generally, "exe" may be used as a noun to refer to such a file.