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How to open .JAM file extension?

File Type : Unknown Apple II File (found on Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom)
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What is .JAM file extension?

.JAM file extension is a known file type. This section of tells you everything you need to know about this extension.
CAD file created in the Jam Standard Test and Programming Language (STAPL) format, a standard file format used for programming PLDs (Programmable Logic Devices); includes the data and algorithm needed to program a PLD; enables vendor-specific programming requirements to be communicated to PLD programmers in a recognized format. JAM files are typically generated by a vendor-specific software program, referred to as the "Jam Composer." PLD vendors then distribute JAM files to customers (device programmers), who program and test a PLD using the "Jam Player." The Jam Player reads the JAM file and provides the facilities needed to program the device in a standard JTAG (Joint Test Action Group) chain. This process used to be carried out using separate command line tools provided by Altera, but it is now encapsulated in Altera's Quartus design software. NOTE: JAM files are stored in an ASCII text format. They can be compiled into .JBC byte-code files for a binary representation.
You can see a list of software programs here on that can open this file type so that you don’t need to search for it on the web. You can then open your file with this extension using a software listed below.

Software that can be used to open .JAM files:

Microsoft Windows:
  • Altera Quartus
  • Altera Jam STAPL Player
  • Altera Jam STAPL Byte-Code Compiler
  • Any Text Editor