There are 3 file types use the .LIT file extension:
1. eBook File
Electronic version of a book or other publication saved in the Microsoft LIT format; includes digital rights management (DRM) information, which protects copyrights by limiting the systems each book can be read on.
LIT files use Microsoft ClearType technology to improve readability.
Updated: June 15, 2012
2. Literate Haskell Script
Source code of a program written in the Haskell programming language with literate formatting; similar to a standard Haskell Script (.HS file), but includes commentary, where only lines starting with ">" are considered to be program code.
More commonly seen with a .LHS extension.
Updated: May 24, 2019
3. Lit Source Code File
Source code file written in the Lit, a high-level, general purpose programming language; can be edited with any plain text editor.
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Updated: June 11, 2013