Preferred Executable Format is a historical programming language created in 1994. The Preferred Executable Format is a file format that specifies the format of executable files and other object code. PEF executables are also called Code Fragment Manager files (CFM). PEF was developed by Apple Computer for use in its classic Mac OS operating system. Read more on Wikipedia...

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