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A lot of various .log files are simple text files that can be opened and viewed using any text editor so no conversion to ASCII/TXT is required. Should you need it, you can rename the extension, but for opening in a text editor it should be not required.

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LOG

Files with file extension log can be usually found as logs generated by various apps and programs, often for reporting purposes.

Files with log extension are are used by many application which are used by Extensible Storage Engine technology. 

ASC

An asc file extension is commonly used for ASCII text files. Editable in any text editor. ASCII means American Standard Code for Information Interchange.

An asc file extension extension is used for a ASCII format of 3D Studio Max for 3D scenes. This format was developed as an interchange solution between various 3D modeling applications. Can be viewed in any text editor, however its data are meant for specialized 3D software, such as AutoCAD or 3D Studio Max.

Files with asc file extension can be also found as digital signatures for the Pretty Good Privacy data encryption tool.

Files with asc extension can be also found as scripts written in Adobe Flash ActionScript. Used to control login 

Files with asc suffix may be also found as circuit schematic files designed and saved using the LTspice.

 

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