How to open Lex language source code .x files
Have you had trouble opening the x file on your computer? What are x files? We explain what they are and recommend software that we know will open them.
What is x file?
Files with x extension can be found as source codes written and saved in Lex programming language format.
Lex language source code description
The x file extension is used for files that contain source code written in the Lex programming language (a standard lexical analyzer for Unix). May be processed with the lex utility included with most Unix distributions to generate a C program.
Suggested software to open x file
A lexical analyser generator
There are other X filename extensions with the same .x suffix
x - Alysis SuperDisk self-extracting archive
An x file extension is related to the Alysis SuperDisk self-extracting archive file format.
x - Chemical modeller output data
An x file extension is related to the Chemical modeler output file format.
x - Human68k operating system executable
An x file extension is related to the executable files of programs for Human68k operating system.
x - Microsoft Direct-X SDK 3D graphics
Files with x file extension might also be found as ASCII graphics files from DirectX development tools.
x - Stardent AVS X bitmap image
An x file extension is related to the Stardent AVS X bitmap image file format.
x - X11 server import image
An x file extension is related to the X11 server import image file format.
x - XBLite program
Am x file extension is related to the XBLite programming language. An x file contains program source code written in XBLite.
x - Xview object
An x file extension is related to the XView, a widget toolkit for X Window System. An x file stores object.