File Extension

ENC File Format

Encoded file (UUENCODEd File, Lotus 1-2-3)

ENC is a file extension for an UUE encoded file format used by the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program to protect files from unauthorized changes. UUE is a type of binary to text encoding that came from the program UUEncode, which  encoded binary data for transmission across the UUCP mail system.

 

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