It’s not always possible to see from a filename’s extension what actual
format is used. Sometimes the same extension is used for different formats, one extension can be used for different versions or often a file simply has a wrong extension.
The first bytes of a file may contain information of what format is used. WhatFormat is a file analyser that looks at these bytes for signatures (magic numbers) and makes a guess of the format this file may have.
WhatFormat is also easy to use and it requires only 50 kb of space.
Here are some usefull things that you can do with WhatFormat:
■ It can be seen as a little util that may help you if you received a file from the Internet or wherever and you don’t know what it is. By looking at magic numbers in the first bytes and at the filename extension, WhatFormat may tell something about this file.
New in version 1.4 is that it also suggests some possible viewers or converters.
■ If WhatFormat recognizes the header of a file it often suggests some extensions this file may have. If you have problems opening this file with an application that should know this format, you can rename it with one of the other suggested extensions and try it again. I’ve tried to put the most commonly used extensions at the front. Of course it’s (mostly) not a very smart idea to rename binaries (e.g. com, exe, bin, dll, vbx, etc.).
■ Check if the ‘header’ description matches the ‘extension’ description. If it doesn’t, this may explain why this file won’t open in your favourite app. In such a case mostly the ‘header’ description is right, so renaming this file to a right extension would be the right thing to do.
■ Check version numbers (if shown). E.g. if WhatFormat shows the ‘Version needed’ for a ZIP file as ‘2.xx’ and the version of Pkunzip you use is ‘1.xx’, there’s a very good change it can’t be extracted. In that case you should update Pkunzip.
■ It may be interesing to use WhatFormat to try to examine these *.bak files or these *.chk or *._dd files made by respectively Chkdsk and Norton Disk Doctor.
Requirements:
■ At least a 486 PC.
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■ Detects header information and suggests extensions (based on the header information) that this file may have.
■ If the extention of the file matches a particular description, the program will ask if you want to open this file in your faviourite viewer or converter.
■ You can also look up the version number of the application that will be used to open this file (if listed).
■ The program may also show you what extension should be used when editing the file.
■ The program shows three different’stats’ at the end:
■ – Headers: The total number of header bytes detected (19 bytes per file) in this file.
■ – Magic numbers: The number of magic numbers used (1 of them). This is the total number of different magic numbers that the program found (1). The program doesn’t know if this magic number is used only for one file or if this is a magic number of the file format (e.g. magic number for Zip, PE, etc.).
■ – Conversion or viewer: The total number of file descriptions or possible viewers/converters that the program suggests (1). The program doesn’t know if this file description is a description of a format or if this description of a file format is used by this viewer/converter (e.g. description for ZIP).
• Finally the program may also show you what extension should be used when editing the file.
• In version 1.4 the program will show you when a file doesn’t have a magic number (because it is a new file format), but you may want to see more file descriptions. In version 1.4 the ‘headers’ option will show you the’magic number’ too (the header description will be shown instead).
• Also, the program will show you that there’s no viewer/converter for this file if a viewer/converter is not suggested for any file.
The program’s description:
■ Detects and shows file headers and extensions (based on the file headers).
■ Shows possible viewers/converters for each extension.
■ Shows possible viewers/converters for files without an extension (usually ZIP files) or without a header (usually Zip or exe files).
■ Shows a description of the file based on the file header.

WhatFormat [Win/Mac] [Latest-2022]

■ The table below is in Latin American Spanish for that reason, I just ‘prettied’ it. It’s the same for every language! I’m not a professional developer and can’t speak or write any other language.
■ The ‘English’ is from version 1.3. The first version ‘Version needed’ is just that: a magic number, that’s used by some old utility I know of. It’s very likely that a program with such a magic number is used to ‘try to be compatible’ with different versions of MS-DOS. If there is no application you know that uses this magic number, WhatFormat Serial Key will offer a ‘Version needed’ of 0.
A newer version of the same utility may use a newer magic number. You can enter the magic number directly in the ‘Value entered’ column and see WhatFormat Free Download’s latest guess.
■ The latest (version) I know of is v1.3. With the latest version also file types can be assigned to ‘the opposite of what was guessed’ after a file was opened.
■ The ‘File type’, ‘Header’, ‘Header version’, ‘Extension’, ‘Extension version’, ‘Header magic number’, ‘Header value’ and ‘Extension magic number’ columns have fixed sizes.
■ The ‘Header description’, ‘Header value’ and ‘Extension description’ columns can be filled freely.
■ The ‘Header magic number’ may contain a special character ‘%’ which separates these columns.
■ The ‘Extension magic number’ may contain a special character ‘%’ which separates these columns.
■ The ‘Header value’ and ‘Extension value’ may contain a special character ‘%’ which separates these columns.
■ By using the ‘Extract from file’ button you can select where to put the extracted parts of this file in a text file. This file will contain the ‘header’ part, the ‘extension’ part and the ‘extracted’ part of the file.
■ On the ‘File’ tab you can browse for a file or more than one file. To select a folder you can choose ‘Browse’ at the ‘Select Folder’ tab and select your folder.
■ The ‘Extract to’ button can extract a file to a folder. To select a folder you can choose ‘Browse’ at the ‘Select Folder’ tab and select your
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When run on the command line, WhatFormat looks for magic numbers (also called’signatures’) that can be found at the beginning of most file formats.
In particular, WhatFormat looks at these signatures and tries to guess what type of format this file may have.

Many file formats are based on the FAT file system. Other formats are more generic and what WhatFormat does is to look at signatures found on FAT files. You may want to look at the file contents to find out what formats this is.

A sample input file.

Format Name:FAT
File Size: 30.16 MB
Number of files: 0
Number of folders: 0
Number of clusters on root: 254

After using WhatFormat you can find out about the format of this file. For example, WhatFormat states that the file has the FAT file system and it has the magic number 494a in the first 4 bytes. More information about this magic number can be found in the Unix file systems info page. The magic number 486d indicates that the file is a FAT32 file.

The result in WhatFormat looks like this.

Format Name:FAT32
File Size: 30.16 MB
Number of files: 0
Number of folders: 0
Number of clusters on root: 254
Number of clusters on disk: 0
Volume Serial Number: 0x000007bf
Root Clusters: 251

So the file is a FAT32 file but it has a virtual root and the name of the file is ‘Program name.exe’. This may not be the case in all file systems, but for example for ZIP files the root is typically ‘PK\ZIP’ and for ISO files the root is typically ‘CDF\ISOTYPE’.

The task

In this task you have to guess what type of file (FAT/FAT32/etc) this file is.
You should take a look at the file headers first.

Find the magic number and state the format of the file.

Try to guess the real format of this file by taking the results of this check into account.

The task

In this task you have to guess what type of file (FAT/FAT32/etc) this file is.
You should take a look at the file headers first.

Find the magic number and state the format of the file.

Try to guess the

What’s New In?

Check if a filename contains a magic number. The magic number ‘0xC71BADB2’ is used by an application that displays a warning if such a file is found.
If this number is found in the first bytes of the file name then the file is assumed to be a so-called ‘.lnk’ file.
The creator of this little program is well named World Wide Web guy Daniel C. Miller

Usage:
C:\> lnk -h
Usage: lnk filename
-h show this help
-help show this help
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This program comes in the form of a zipfile. To extract the files, use something like Winzip. To unzip the files, use something like Unzip.
For convenience, some files in this zipfile are named ‘*’

WhatFormat is open source. The code is available here:

System Requirements For WhatFormat:

Be sure to have the.NET Framework 2.0 or later installed.
Instructions:
Control Panel:
Select ‘Control Panel’.
Games:
Select ‘Games’.
Sound and Video:
Select ‘Sound and Video’.
System:
Select ‘System’.
View:
Select ‘View’.
Create or open a shortcut from the programs section of the control panel.
Double click on the shortcut.

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