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E00 File Format

Coverage export file (ArcInfo)

E00 is a file extension for a coverage export file format used by ESRI's ArcInfo a GIS (geographic information system) application

ArcInfo enables you to envision the geographic aspects of a body of data by displaying database query results as a kind of map.

E00 files can come in formats and are often used to transfer info between versions of ArcInfo or other GIS applications.


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This was last updated in September 2010
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