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I was asked a similar question yesterday by a programmer (re: .wml and
.hdml file extensions). Rather than post to the list, since I'd have to spend
four days searching the techwr-l archives looking for any previously
posted info (must not make Eric mad and lose my posting privileges like
my friend did last week), I did a quick search and can recommend to you
the following web site, which does NOT have .lla or .ure extensions
listed (nor the ones I sought, for that matter): http://www.silicon-alley.com/ext/
It's the Incomplete Dictionary of Filename Extensions. I love it because it's
Another shorter list is at
I'm bookmarking all the lists/indexes of filename extensions I can find, so
if someone finds a more comprehensive one, please let me know!
Now, how to train people NOT to call their files chapter2.bob and
>>> SUSAN <Susan -dot- Schwartz -at- PROJECTMATRIX -dot- COM> 05/12/99
Does anyone know what type of files have the extensions of LLA or