Found one file extension association related to Atari lite-C and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Atari lite-C.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
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Developer: Conitec Datasystems, Inc
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Developer / company: Conitec
The game programming language lite-C was developed by Conitec in cooperation with Atari, Inc. It is intended for quickly and easily developing graphics or virtual reality applications - such as 2D or 3D computer games - even without previous programming knowledge. Sounds, images, movies, user interfaces, 2D and 3D models, collision detection, rigid body physics, multitasking, and DirectX functions are already a native part of the language. Therefore, a few lines in lite-C achieve results that would require hundreds of source code lines with normal C/C++ compilers. This makes it a perfect system for creating casual games.
Lite-C is also an ideal solution for learning programming. Its syntax is similar to the C/C++ programming language, but much easier - and more fun - to learn. Anything that's scary to a beginner, like memory and pointer handling, is automatically managed in lite-C. No crashes, memory leaks, and pointer arithmetics anymore!
The lite-C package contains a complete development environment with 3D model and terrain editor, code editor, compiler, debugger, an integrated 3D engine, a physics engine, many samples including DirectX and OpenGL programs, and a tutorial with 24 easy workshops.
Atari lite-C works with the following file extensions:
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Atari lite-C default file extension associations
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