Information about .dtd File Extension
DTD file is a Document Type Definition. Document Type Definition (DTD) is one of several SGML and XML schema languages, and is also the term used to describe a document or portion thereof that is authored in the DTD language.
More information about .dtd extension: Wikipedia
Common .dtd file type descriptions:
- XML Document Type Definition
- DTD File
- DTD Schema
- Document Type Definition
- DTD Document
Applications, associated with .dtd files
|Microsoft Visual Studio by Microsoft Corporation|
Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. It can be used to develop console and graphical user interface applications along with Windows Forms applications, web sites, web applications, and web services in both native code together with managed code.
|Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications by Microsoft Corporation|
|Notepad by Microsoft Corporation|
Notepad is a simple text editor for Microsoft Windows. It has been included in all versions of Microsoft Windows.
|Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express by Microsoft Corporation|
|Microsoft Visual C# Express by Microsoft Corporation|
Visual C# 2010 Express is part of the Visual Studio 2010 Express family, a free set of tools that Windows developers at any level can use to create custom applications using basic and expert settings. Visual C# (pronounced C sharp) is designed for building a variety of applications that run on the .NET Framework. Visual C# is simple, powerful, type-safe, and object-oriented. With its many innovations, Visual C# enables rapid application development and also retains the expressiveness and elegance of C-style languages.
|Microsoft Visual C++ Express by Microsoft Corporation|
Visual C++ 2010 Express is part of the Visual Studio 2010 Express family, a free set of tools that Windows developers at any level can use to create custom applications using basic and expert settings. Visual C++ is a powerful language that is designed to give you deep and detailed control when you build either native Windows (COM+) applications or .NET Framework managed Windows applications.