.SYM File Extension
- Category: Developer Files
What are .SYM files and how to open them?
Can't open .SYM file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .SYM file.
What is a .SYM file extension?
.SYM file extension has been classified as Developer Files.
.SYM is Symbols File
Developer file used by software development applications; saves non-essential information for the actual program binary executable files, but instead contains symbols that can be used for gathering program information while debugging; can include function and variable names and other useful debugging information.
List of all softwares that can open the Symbols File
File Type 2:
gEDA Symbol File
Developer by: gEDA Category: CAD Files Format: Text
Symbol file created and used by gEDA, a CAD suite used to design PCB layouts and electronic schematics; stores symbol data, which includes the gEDA/gaf format version and XY coordinates for lines, boxes, circles, arcs, text, and pins.
The SYM file format is similar to the .SCH file used by gEDA. They both store the format version, which is the first line in the file, and contain objects, with related data. Both SYM and SCH files are used by gEDA for creating the layout of electronic circuits.
List of all softwares that can open the gEDA Symbol File
File Type 3:
TatukGIS Symbols File
Developer by: TatukGIS Category: GIS Files
File used by TatukGIS mapping software; saves a symbol, which is a shape or object that can be placed on the map and scaled according to the map system coordinates; used for marking boundaries and points of interest.
List of all softwares that can open the TatukGIS Symbols File