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  • 45 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 45 - Salt Lake City Game ...
  • 47 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 48 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 486 - System driver file (486 ...
  • 49 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 49 - Salt Lake City Game ...
  • 4A - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4A3 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4A5 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4B - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4B3 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4B5 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4BIT - GoDot picture file
  • 4BT - GoDot Graphic
  • 4BT - GoDot picture format
  • 4BW - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4C$ - 4Cast /2 Data
  • 4C$ - 4Cast /2 datafile
  • 4C$ - Datafile - 4Cast /2
  • 4C3 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4C5 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4CLR - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4CM - ClickyMouse macro set ...
  • 4CM - ClickyMouse Macro Set ( ...
  • 4CX - 4th Dimension Carbonized...
  • 4DA - 4th Dimension User Form ...
  • 4DB - 4th Dimension Structure ...
  • 4DB - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DB - 4D Database Structure ...
  • 4DC - 4th Dimension Compiled ...
  • 4DD - 4D Chart
  • 4DD - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DD - 4th Dimension Data File
  • 4DF - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DG - 4th Down Football Scout ...
  • 4DK - OS/2 Saved SKF Format ...
  • 4DL - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DL - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DR - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DR - 4th Dimension Data ...
  • 4DS - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DV - 4D View Ultrasound File
  • 4DX - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4DX - 4th Dimension Pugin File
  • 4FI - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4FI - 4th Dimension Insider ...
  • 4FR - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4GE - Compiled code
  • 4GE - Informix 4GL Compiled ...
  • 4GL - Source code
  • 4GL - Informix 4GL language ...
  • 4H3 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4KHZ - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4LB - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4LK - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4MA - FileMaker Runtime ...
  • 4MD - Music file
  • 4MP - 4-MP3 Database File
  • 4O3 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4O5 - STABCAL ( stability ...
  • 4PK - Perfect Keyboard Macro ...
  • 4PP - Photoparade Slideshow ...
  • 4PP - PhotoParade Ver 4+ ...
  • 4QR - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4ST - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4SW - Swap file
  • 4SW - 4DOS Swap File - 4DOS
  • 4SW - 4DOS Swap File
  • 4T - Unknown Apple II File
  • 4TH - Forth source code
  • 4TH - FORTH Source Code Program
  • 4TH - Forth language source ...
  • 4UG - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4V - Music file
  • 4V - Quartet Music File
  • 4VR - 4th Dimension database ...
  • 4VR - 4th Dimension Database ...
  • 4W - Four Winds Mah Jong ...
  • 4WD - WebMerge Data List File ...
  • 4X4 - 4X4 off road game
  • 4XM - 4X Movie video Header
  • 4XM - 4X Movie Format
  • 4ZX - Genero zoom module ...
  • 5 - IBM Embedded ViaVoice ...
  • 5 - Linux file
  • 5 - Salt Lake City Game ...
  • 5 - SpotME file
  • 5 - AWP help file
  • 5 - Unformatted manual page ...
  • 5 - FreeBSD file
  • 5 - Screen Log File
  • 500 - NCBridge NC200 / NC400 ...
  • 500 - FreeBSD file
  • 500 - Tally File ( Tally ...
  • 500 - Nintendo Famicom Disk ...
  • 500 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 504 - Unknown Apple II File
  • 509 - Internet security ...
  • 512 - Unknown Apple II File

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