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- abbr. chlorofluorocarbon
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- n. a fluorocarbon with chlorine; formerly used as a refrigerant and as a propellant in aerosol cans
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Does anyone know of other forums for Coldfusion? think he was saying the others did not have the feature set he was looking for. that is why I posted my question!! because in reality his request does not really say much about what he is looking for except it should be simple and cfc based ..... and yes Galleon is CFC based.
"And we require every refrigerator to carry the tag CFC-free."
Going up a bit to displayMyClasses, you can see it calling the CFC again (which we will show next).
Each time you call a CFC remotely, ColdFusion has to create the CFC from scratch.
Iusacell and Televisa said last week that Mexico's Federal Competition Commission, known as the CFC, had rejected their agreement for Televisa to invest $1.6 billion for a 50% stake in Iusacell, one of the country's smaller mobile-phone operators, because of concerns that it would threaten competition in the TV-advertising market.
The CBC managed nicely to muddle things first link by calling the CFC "the Canadian Military College".
But I called CFC and we were able to get on the Adopt-A-Family list quickly, "said Robinson.
- Matt W > I have a dropdown with an onchange that calls a CFC via cfajaxproxy > and I'm trying to set a session variable in that CFC.
A Practical Guide on Pharmacovigilance for Beginners Case 9 A Physician called CFC pharmaceuticals and informed that few patients complained of severe burning sensation at the injection site after administration of methylcobalamin injection in the gluteal region in the past one week.
The commission, also known as the CFC, has up to 30 business days to approve or deny an acquisition, the person said.