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each scope is a structure - true or false

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I read somewhere, I believe,

That all variable scopes are structures


Ie we can grab all session, application,

url (the one I wanna use) into a cf structure,
cos that is how CF stores them in the background.

is this true???
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Duplicate question please delete this one.

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Sorry didn't close, just getting used to this forum.
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