LOC file extension - Suppose locations file
What is loc file? How to open loc files?
File type specification:
The name of the locations file is usually "suppose.loc". It contains two kinds of records. Record type A is required, record type B is optional. There is one type A record for each location. Each location refers to a list of stands and/or inventory plots. Each stand is further defined via entries in a different file, the stand list file (.slf extension). The name of the stand list file is one of the entries on the type A records in the suppose.loc file.
The second type of record in the suppose.loc file, called type B, is used to specify group codes and addfiles applicable to all the stands at all the locations. Addfiles identified on type B records are automatically included in the simulation file for each stand that is identified as being a member of the group. Group membership is defined on type C records of the stand list file.
The default software associated to loc file type:
Company or developer:
Forest Management Service Center
Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) is a family of forest growth simulation models and highly integrated analytical tools.
List of software applications associated to the .loc file extension
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that can be done with the file: like open loc file, edit loc file, convert loc file, view loc file, play loc file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
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- Open loc file
- Save loc file
- Edit loc file
- Create loc file
- Others loc file
Software that open loc file - Suppose locations file
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