.ASM File Extension
- Category: Developer Files
- Format: Text
What are .ASM files and how to open them?
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What is a .ASM file extension?
.ASM file extension has been classified as Developer Files. The format of .ASM file is Text
.ASM is Assembly Language Source Code File
Program written in assembly language, a low level programming language that can be converted to machine language; may be edited with a text editor and run using an assembler program, such as HLA, MASM, FASM, NASM, or GAS.
List of all softwares that can open the Assembly Language Source Code File
|File Viewer Plus|
File Type 2 Pro/ENGINEER Assembly File
Developer by: Parametric Technology Category: Data Files Format: Binary
Assembly file created by Pro/ENGINEER, a program used for designing three-dimensional products; contains one or more design parts (.PRT files) and their assembly specifications; used to combine parts together into an assembled component.
List of all softwares that can open the Pro/ENGINEER Assembly File
|Parametric Technology Creo|
|Okino Computer Graphics PolyTrans|
|Autodesk Fusion 360|
File Type 3 Visual Studio Assembler Source Code File
Developer by: Microsoft Category: Developer Files Format: Text
Assembly source code file created by Microsoft Visual Studio, a Windows software development program; contains low-level source code that can be translated directly into machine code; typically used only for optimizing small segments of application code.
Since assembly code is typically more difficult to write than C or C++ code, ASM files are often combined with C or C++ files that handle the majority of the application logic.
List of all softwares that can open the Visual Studio Assembler Source Code File
|Microsoft Visual Studio 2017|
File Type 4 Solid Edge Assembly File
Developer by: Siemens Category: CAD Files Format: Binary
Assembly file created by Solid Edge, a CAD program used to create product designs; contains an assembly design, which may include one or more parts; used to store design data for simulating manufacturing assembly processes.
List of all softwares that can open the Solid Edge Assembly File