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HXM - HZX

  • HXM - Alternate protocal ...
  • HXM - HAM extension (Descent2)
  • HXML - haXe Make File ( Motion ...
  • HXQ - Microsoft Help merged ...
  • HXR - Microsoft Help data file
  • HXS - Help 2 Compiled Help ...
  • HXS - Help 2 Compiled Help File
  • HXS - Microsoft Help 2 ...
  • HXT - Hash extension plugin ( ...
  • HXT - Help Table of Contents ...
  • HXV - Help 2 Virtual Topic ...
  • HXW - Help 2 Merged Keyword ...
  • HXX - Header file (C++)
  • HY1 - Hyphenation algorythm (...
  • HY2 - Hyphenation algorythm (...
  • HYC - Datafile (WordPerfect ...
  • HYD - Hyphenation dictionary (...
  • HYM - 3D Image binary file (...
  • HYP - Compressed archive (...
  • HYS - Smart Touch Analyze and ...
  • HYS - Globe HySales Client ...
  • HYV - Team Manager Meet Event ...
  • HZF - neosat fixes Header
  • HZF - Home Inspector Pro ...
  • HZO - CrossWorks Object File (...
  • HZX - CrossWorks Executable ...

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