A filename extension is a suffix to file name of the computer file applied to encoding conventions (file format) from the contents. In some operating systems (such as UNIX) is an optional, while in some others (such as Windows) is required. In other hand, some operating systems limit the length of the extension (such as DOS and OS / 2, the three characters) while others (like UNIX) is not. In other case, some operating systems (for example, RISC OS) do not use thefile extension.
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