Notes about the ASZ file extension:
To open this file type, a required software must be installed. Without it you only see a Windows message "The following file cannot be opened
" (Windows 7) or "How do you want to open this file?
" (Windows 10) if you double-click the file. There click on "More apps"
and choose a suitable software to view such files on your PC or from email attachments.
The ASZ file type is primarily associated with 'LoseThos' by Terry A. Davis.
LoseThos is an operating system is for programming as entertainment.
It empowers programmers with kernel privilege because it's fun. It allows full access to everything because it's fun. It has no bureaucracy because it's fun. It's the way it is by choice because it's fun.
Note that LoseThos file extensions are both flexible and fluid. A full list is put here so that when you find one you can look for the others. The question mark (?) represents a single letter.
- .??Z - These files are automatically compressed or uncompressed when read or written.
- .TX? - Text Files.
- .CP? - C+ source files. The default C+ compiler type is .CPZ.
- .SP? - C+ source files to be compiled statically.
- .AP? - C+ source files meant to be included into the Adam Task.
- .HP? - C+ source header files.
- .AS? - Assembly source files. The default assembler type is .ASZ.
- .MP? - Compiler map files.
- .BI? - Binary executable files, created by CompileFile() and read by Load().
- .DT? - Data files.
- .DVC - File Partition Drive (a drive stored in a file on another partition).
- .IS? - CD-ROM image file--ISO9660. To burn on other operating systems, rename to .ISO.
- .AU? - AutoFile. Basically a C+ program where stdout goes to the input of a task when AutoFile() is called.
- .LG? Graphics file.