*.NPC files

Charlie K wrote:


That's probably the Creation date, not the last write or last read.
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On 1/5/2006 9:08:48 PM in alt.comp.software.financial.quicken, formerprof wrote:

FWIW looking up that extension at filext.com attributes it as a Jagged Alliance 2 Non-Player Character File, <http://www.filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=npc . Since this is completely unrelated to Quicken/Intuit, I don't know how helpful this will be to you.
I do know that one app I run will put 0 byte files in its folder of programs that it calls, i.e. notepad. The above reference infers the NPC extension relates to gaming, I can't see why you would get said file in your Quicken folder. But stranger things have happened. :)
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Disciple wrote:

Sometimes it is the very existence of a file that is important. I believe Mozilla uses parent.lock in the user profile this way.
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