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The Fusedoc is a standardized way of documenting our code so that all members of the web team can more quickly and efficiently create and maintain ColdFusion templates. To see some examples of how it can be used and tools used to parse the information go to GrokFuseBox.

This Fusedocs file contains the Fusedoc DTD, an example ColdFusion page and documentation on the Fusedoc methodology.

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