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Active Server Pages

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(ASP)

A technology from Microsoft to generate server-side dynamic web pages. Its core is an extension to HTML syntax that allows program fragments written in a scripting language...

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aiff

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A file extension for the aiff sound format found on the Internet. It is used to indicate that a particular file contains sounds which are to be played using the audio generation facilities...

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au

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A file extension for the au sound format found on the Internet.

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bin

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A file extension for the executable programs.

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exe

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A file extension used in Windows and DOS systems for executable programs.

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grim file reaper

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A program which deletes files stored on a computer. Often these programs only delete certain files: for example, those with a particular file extension. The types of files to be deleted are...

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gz

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A file extension for files condensed using the ZIP algorithm on UNIX systems.

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hqx

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A file extension for files which are associated with the Macintosh operating system which can be safely transferred over the Internet.

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htm

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One of the file extensions for files containing HTML code. The other is html.

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html

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One of the file extensions for files containing the HTML code. The other is htm.

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