how do you open a tst file?

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I have an old tst file what will open it?  I am on a mac.


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  • CharlieBrowne
    How was it created? Use that same application to open it. Do you know what it is? If not, why try to open it.
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  • TomLiotta
    On most systems, a general text editor can "open" and read any file. It's often fairly useless to do it unless you understand what you're doing. In order to make actual use of a file, you need a program that was written with logic that is appropriate to the file's structure and data. Therefore, you would open the file with whatever application created the file. . The extension (.TST in this case) is no guarantee of anything. Anyone can create a file with that extension any time they choose with any data they want and with any internal structure. Files can also be renamed to have different extensions. . An extension such as .TST could have anything imaginable in it. I've created such files far more times than I can remember simply because it's an obvious reference to a "test" file. Even trivial applications that I've created have used that extension. . In short, it's unlikely anyone can guess what to do with that file without close examination. If you created it, you're probably the only one who knows what to do with it. And if you didn't create it, you need to ask the creator. . Tom
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