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.COD File Extension

File Type 1Compiled Source Code

DeveloperN/A
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CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

What is a COD file?

Compiled source code written in Fortran, dBASE, or Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME); may also be created with Research In Motion's BlackBerry Java Development Environment (JDE).

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Compiled Java .cod files are used to create programs for BlackBerry mobile phones.

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Programs that open COD files
Windows
Microsoft Visual Studio 2015
dBase
Research In Motion BlackBerry JDE
Updated 6/20/2009

File Type 2Atlantis Word Processor Encrypted Document

DeveloperRising Sun Solutions
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CategoryText Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a COD file?

Encrypted document created by Atlantis Word Processor, a word processing program for Windows; encrypted using a 256-bit encryption key; used to protect sensitive written information; may be decrypted with the password that the user supplied when encrypting the document.

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COD documents support text, images, page layout formatting, clipart, indexes, and other word processing features. Atlantis Word Processor can also save common document formats to COD files, including .DOC, .DOCX, and .RTF formats.

NOTE: When opening a COD file, Atlantis Word Processor never stores any part of the unencrypted data on the hard drive. All data is stored in memory and is lost when the computer shuts down.

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Rising Sun Solutions Atlantis Word Processor
Updated 5/6/2010

.COD Extension Information

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