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  • COD - Video Text file
  • COD - dBase Application ...
  • COD - Microsoft C compiler ...
  • COD - FORTRAN Compiled code
  • CODE - Graal and Related ...
  • CODEC - Rockbox CODEC (The ...
  • CODECS - Video compressors / ...
  • COE - Xilinx coefficient
  • COF - Autodesk tc sheet flow ...
  • COF - Animation Control File -...
  • COF - Autodesk mannings ...
  • COF - Autodesk Darcy - ...
  • COF - Days Of Death program ...
  • COF - Autodesk Channel or ...
  • COFF - Windows NT object file ...
  • COK - Carmageddon Patch File
  • COL - AutoDesk Animator Color ...
  • COL - Microsoft Multiplan ...
  • COLA - Cola Source Code (The ...
  • COLLECTION - Shareaza Collection ( ...
  • COLLOQUYTRANSCRIPT - Colloquy Chat Transcript...
  • COLOR - Amaya Configuration
  • COLOR - Amaya config file
  • COLOR - Unknown Apple II File
  • COLORPICKER - Color Picker Plugin
  • COLORS - Makelogo color file
  • COLR - Kaleidoscope Scheme
  • COM - Command file (program)
  • COMD - Mac File Type
  • COMFYCAKESSAVE-MS - Purble Place Saved Game ...
  • COMICDOC - Comic Life Document
  • COMMANDLINE - Commandline Powertoy File
  • COMMON - MATLAB Install File (The...
  • COMMON - Unix script file
  • COMMS - Adobe Serial and ...
  • COMMS - Unknown Apple II File
  • COMP - CodeWarrior Compiler file
  • COMPANY - Chris Sawyer ?s ...
  • COMPARISON - Merge Comparison Report ...
  • COMPAT - Likely a Text File
  • COMPO - DAZ 3D Carrara Pro 7 or ...
  • COMPONENT - Mac OS X System Component
  • COMPONENTDIAGRAM - Microsoft Visual Studio ...
  • COMPOSITEFONT - Composite font file
  • COMPRESS - MS Compress 5.0 File ...
  • CON - Simdir Configuration file
  • CONF - Configuration File
  • CONF - Unix Configuration File
  • CONF - IRC Related ...
  • CONF - Palace Server server ...
  • CONF - Psitree router ...
  • CONF - Unknown Apple II File
  • CONF - Linux Configuration File
  • CONFIG - NET application ...
  • CONFIG - WatchDirectory task ...
  • CONFIG - CRiSP Harvest config file
  • CONFIG - SWISH -E configuration ...
  • CONFIG - CRiSP Harvest File
  • CONFIG - Rockbox Configuration ...
  • CONFIG - Unknown Apple II File
  • CONSOLE - Unknown Apple II File
  • CONSOLE - WinNT Console File
  • CONTACT - Windows Vista Contact ...
  • CONTACT - Microsoft Windows Vista ...
  • CONTACT - Windows Contact ...
  • CONTENTSONCLIPBOARD - Contents on Clipboard ...
  • CONTMP - Conjure Template ...
  • CONTOUR - Contour Mortgage loan ...
  • CONTROL - Unknown Apple II File
  • CONTROL - HEC-HMS Control ...
  • CONV - Stylus Studio Data ...
  • COO - Fabasoft Components
  • COO - Cookie File
  • COO - AutoCAD Bounding ...
  • COOK - Mac File Type
  • COOL - QB - Text Analyzer ...
  • COORDS - Ribbons coords file
  • COP - Tree Professional ...
  • COPY - Sony Ericsson Protected ...
  • COPY - Unknown Apple II File
  • COR - posem Correction File ( ...
  • COR - Corel Draw file
  • COR - Trimble Corrected SSF ...
  • COR - Insight II Output ...
  • COR - Cokriging Software COREG...
  • COR - Web GPS correction ...
  • COR - Protein Structure File
  • COR - WMOVIEC input file
  • COR1 - Corel Multimedia Manager
  • CORE - Bitmap image ( Core ...
  • CORE - Core Software Tech CORE ...
  • CORELPROJECT - Photo Album Project ( ...
  • CORELSHOW - MediaOne Enhanced ...
  • CORRECTION - As-U- Type Correction ...
  • COS - Scarlett Expert System ...
  • COS - Creatures Object Source ...
  • COS2 - Pinnacle Studio Cache ...
  • COT - Intergraph Raster ...
  • COTX - Corel Texture
  • COUNTER - Netobjects fusion ...

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