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What is a FIG file?

The .fig file extension is usually associated with the Xfig file format. The FIG files contain line drawings that are stored as vector images. These files may contain shapes, lines, splines, arcs, arrows and text objects as well as images, patterns and colors.

The .fig file extension is also used for REND386/AVRIL graphic data files, Lahey Fortran linker options files, ATOS files, Cabri figure files, DeskMate drawing files and Super Nintendo game-console ROM image files.

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