Found one file extension association related to A86/A386 and 1 file format developed specifically for use with A86/A386.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
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Developer: Eric Isaacson Software
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Developer / company: Eric Isaacson Software
A86 (with its 32-bit version A386) is the finest assembler available, at any cost under any terms, for the Intel 86-family of microprocessors (IBM-PC, compatibles, and not-so-compatibles).
A86 accepts assembly language source files, and transforms them directly into either: (1) .COM files executable under DOS (or in a DOS box under Windows), starting at offset 0100 within a code segment; (2) .OBJ files suitable for feeding to a linker to create EXE files; or (3) object files starting at offset 0, suitable for copying to ROMs. A86 is a full featured, professional-quality program. I designed A86 to be as closely compatible to the standard Intel/IBM assembly language as possible, given that I insisted upon making design and language enhancements necessary to make A86 the best possible assembler.
A86/A386 works with the following file extensions:
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A86/A386 default file extension associations
Comparison table of actions that A86/A386 can perform with its associated file type beta
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