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Software that can be used for conversion of lng file type to txt format.

Should you ever need it, you can possibly open and edit LNG language definitions files using any text editor. As LNG files are essentially text files, you could perhaps simply rename it to TXT should you wish it. However when renamed the file will no longer be recognized in the original software. Other than that, we do not know about any specific lng to txt conversion.

Updated: June 29, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: lng file extension details, txt file extension details

LNG

An lng file extension is traditionally used for localization (additional language data) files in many applications. Mostly text files that contain translated texts used in the program.

Files with lng extension are used as OpenOffice.org file format. They contain some text definitions.

TXT

Files with txt file extension are mostly common text files viewable in various text editors.

Files with txt file extension could also be occasionally found as RTTL ringtones for older Nokia Phones creating using the NokRing software.

A txt file extension is related to the TXT file format used for subtitles. TXT subtitles are used by various programs, like Captions, DVD Junior, TMPlayer, etc.

A txt file extension is associated with MilkShape 3D ASCII data format.

Ascii text parameter description txt file is some kind of audio data that contains human readable information about items at bank, instrument or waveform levels.

 

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