A .o object file file (also .obj on Windows) contains compiled object code (that is, machine code produced by your C or C++ compiler), together with the names of the functions and other objects the file contains.
O-File, Online-File, is a cloud service for storing and sharing files. It is a personal remote file management utility accessible through the Internet and hence your files are at your finger tips wherever you are in the world.
O files are also associated with Unknown Apple II File (found on Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom), Object File, Free Pascal Object FIle for Linux or DOS Version (FPC Development Team), Xcode Compiled Core C or Assembler Program (Apple Inc.), Executable and Linkable Format File, Origin C Compiled Program File (OriginLab Corporation) and FileViewPro.
O-File provides secure online file storage and sharing.
About O Files. Our goal is to help you understand what a file with a *.o suffix is and how to open it. The Compiled Object file type, file format description, and Mac and Linux programs listed on this page have been individually researched and verified by the FileInfo team.
O file is a Compiled Object. The Compiled Object file is the representation of code that a compiler or assembler generates by processing a source code file. Object files contain compact code, often called “binaries”.
The .o file extension is most commonly used for compiled object files. These files are created by C compiler applications. They are usually created during the program development process and are used in place of the common program file.
O-File is an online file storage and file transfer system used to store, share, access and backup files. It is accessible through the Internet using any standard web browser.