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what's the difference between htm and html?

And What's the function of a RAM?
 
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I don't believe there isany difference between htm and html. I think the "l" just drops off because of the old 8.3 file naming structure.

The function of a RAM is to get the ewe pregnant.:D

Just kidding, here is a link that defines RAM defined.
 
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HTML and HTM are the same thing (HyperText Markup Language)

RAMs eat oats and Does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy. RAM = Random Access Memory and stores data temporarily until the processor can work on it.
 
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