There are 10 other file types using
the M file extension!
.m - BRIEF macro module file
.m - Mathematica function or commands file
.m - MatLab function, commands, script
.m - Objective-C language source file
.m - Script file (Miranda IM language)
.m - Vertex data file
.m - Amiga E source module
.m - Maple common binary file
.m - Origin AdLib music format
.m - DS photo for Android cache
M file extension - Limbo interface declaration file
What is m file? How to open m files?
File type specification:
The M file extension is related to Limbo, an application programming language for Inferno. Syntactically similar to C, it has several features that make it simpler, safer and yet more powerful and better suited to the development of concurrent, distributed systems. The Limbo compiler generates architecture independent object code which is then interpreted by the Inferno Virtual Machine or compiled just before runtime to improve performance. This ensures that Limbo applications are completely portable across all Inferno platforms.
An *.m file contains interface declaration data.
The default software associated to m file type:
Company or developer:
Vita Nuova Holdings Ltd
Inferno is a compact operating system designed for building distributed and networked systems on a wide variety of devices and platforms. With many advanced and unique features, Inferno puts an unrivalled set of tools into your hands. You can fetch it now as Free Software, on similar terms to Linux or xBSD.
List of software applications associated to the .m file extension
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- Open m file
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