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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Extension (1006 words)
Continuous extension may be described as that property in virtue whereof the parts into which material substance is divisible are situally arranged in orderly relation one beyond the other (internal and potentially local extension) and hence are naturally commensurate with the corresponding parts of the immediately environing surfaces (external and actual local extension).
Probably the more general opinion is that extension radically and essentially consists in the internal distribution of the parts into which matter is divisible, and that external extension, or the correspondence of those parts to the parts of the locating surfaces, is a sequent property of essential or internal extension.
Continuous extension is an objective property of matter, not a mere mental form moulding the sensuous impression produced in the sensory organs by some sort of physical motion.
Filename extension - encyclopedia article about Filename extension. (2762 words)
A filename extension is an extra set of (usually) alphanumeric Generally speaking, the term alphanumeric refers to anything that consists of only letters and numbers.
Filename extensions have been in use for decades, but they have gained common usage because the file systems file system is a method for storing and organizing computer files and the data they contain to make it easy to find and access them.
Mapping filename extensions to content-types is then done using different heuristics, such as examining both the filename extension and the contents of the file.
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