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Name ColdFusion Markup Language
Other names  
Identifiers PUID:  fmt/1566
Classification Text (Structured)
Description ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) is a scripting language used for writing web pages and dynamic PC applications. It was created in 1995 by corporation Allaire, but was acquired by Adobe in 2005. ColdFusion Markup Language tags have a similar format to html tags, (for example, they are enclosed in angle brackets.) These are text based files, which can be opened by any text editor, such as Notepad.
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Related file formats None.
Technical Environment  
Supported until  
Format Risk  
Developed by None.
Supported by Adobe Systems Incorporated
Source National Library of Australia / National Library of Australia
Source date 02 Dec 2021
Source description  
Last updated 02 Dec 2021
Note Documentation (maintained by the community):
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