.fas

File Type 1 Compiled Fast-Load AutoLISP File IconCompiled Fast-Load AutoLISP File
File Format Proprietary (Autodesk)
Usage Open manually; may run a program or script when opened
Rank ★ ★ ☆  Average
Description

Compiled script written in the Virtual LISP language; used for creating macros that can be run within AutoCAD, a 3D modeling program; contains a single AutoLISP routine.

By creating FAS scripts, AutoCAD users can automate common processes within AutoCAD.

Open With
Windows

IconAutodesk AutoCAD

Updated April 20, 2009
File Type 2 Generic IconQuickSilver Fast Save Lisp File
File Format Proprietary (BroadVision)
Usage Referenced by an application; not meant to be opened manually; may run a program or script when opened
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Description

FAS files are compiled Lisp (.LSP) files created by Interleaf 6 and later (now QuickSilver). They contain compiled code that can be run within the program. FAS files are similar to .LO files used in Interleaf 5 and earlier, but load faster and require less disk space.

Info About BroadVision QuickSilver

QuickSilver is a document publishing program designed for creating technical documents. It allows users to design complex documents and export them in multiple electronic formats. Some examples include HTML, PDF, and PostScript.

QuickSilver was formerly developed by Interleaf, which was acquired by BroadVision in 2000.

Open With
Windows

IconBroadVision QuickSilver

IconBroadVision Interleaf 6 and later

Unix

IconBroadVision QuickSilver

IconBroadVision Interleaf 6 and later

Updated October 7, 2009
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