Files with mac extension can be also found as command files for Maxima computer algebra system.

There are 4 other file types using
the MAC file extension!

empty icon.mac - Macro script

mac icon.mac - MacPaint bitmap image

mac icon.mac - Microsoft Access shortcut

empty icon.mac - Daqarta extended audio data

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MAC file extension - Maxima commands file

What is mac file? How to open mac files?

File type specification:

Source code and script file type icon Source code and script file type

File extension mac is also used for a special commands file for Maxima computer algebra system. 

These .mac files are ordinary text files that contain Maxima commands. They can be read using Maxima’s batch() or load() command or wxMaxima’s File/Batch File menu entry.

Updated: January 4, 2023

The default software associated to open mac file:

wxMaxima picture or screenshot

wxMaxima  Multiplatform software

Company or developer:
Andrej Vodopivec

wxMaxima is a document based interface for the computer algebra system Maxima.

Help how to open:

Can be opened using any text editor, but work properly only in Maxima.

How to convert:

No known conversion exists, but you can treat these like any text file

List of recommended software applications associated to the .mac file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android etc.)
and possible program actions that can be done with the file: like open mac file, edit mac file, convert mac file, view mac file, play mac file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).

Software that open mac file - Maxima commands file

Programs supporting the exension mac on the main platforms Windows, Mac, Linux or mobile. Click on the link to get more information about wxMaxima for open mac file action.

Multiplatform:

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