Open KCL file

The most common choise: Kyoto Common LISP source code

How to open Kyoto Common LISP source code .kcl files

kcl file icon Have you had trouble opening the kcl file on your computer? What are kcl files? We explain what they are and recommend software that we know will open them.

What is kcl file?

A kcl file extension is related to the Kyoto Common LISP source code files.

Kyoto Common LISP source code description

The kcl file extension is associated with the Kyoto Common LISP source code format.

Common Lisp, commonly abbreviated CL, is a dialect of the Lisp programming language. Developed to standardize the divergent variants of Lisp (though mainly the MacLisp variants) which predated it, it is not an implementation but rather a language specification.

Several implementations of the Common Lisp standard are available, including free and open source software and proprietary products.

Suggested software to open kcl file

NotePad++ text editor

A free source code and text editor for Windows

There are other KCL filename extensions with the same .kcl suffix

kcl - KeywordConvert keyword phrase list

KCL file extension is used by KeywordConvert software as a keyword phrase list.

kcl - Mario Kart Wii collision information

A kcl file extension is related to the Mario Kart Wii video game. A kcl file stores collision information.

What file extension actually is?

Simply put, file extensions are the characters after the dot in the computer file name, so for example document-name.pdf has file extension „pdf“. This helps Windows to identify which program should be used to open the file.

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