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~-Translation(s): [[it/MIME/etc/mime.types|Italiano]] -~ #language en
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/etc/mime.types is the file in which system-wide rules are defined for mapping filename suffices to mime types. /etc/mime.types is the file in which system-wide rules are defined for mapping filename suffices to MIME types.
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Each line in the file is a mime command: Each line in the file is a MIME command:
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  * Command lines have a mime type as their first argument and the rest of the line is blank or contains a mime descriptor. For instance, here file suffices are mapped to mime types:   * Command lines have a MIME type as their first argument and the rest of the line is blank or contains a MIME descriptor. For instance, here file suffices are mapped to MIME types:

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MIME

/etc/mime.types is the file in which system-wide rules are defined for mapping filename suffices to MIME types.

Each line in the file is a MIME command:

  • Lines starting with a hash # are comments.
  • Command lines have a MIME type as their first argument and the rest of the line is blank or contains a MIME descriptor. For instance, here file suffices are mapped to MIME types:

application/java-archive           jar
application/mathematica            nb
application/msword                 doc dot