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CSV

Comma-Separated Values
A very simple data file format for tabular data that is supported by almost all spreadsheet software such as Excel (although some local versions use semicolons instead of commas), Calc, and Gnumeric. Any programming language that has input/output and string processing functionality will be able to read and write CSV files. The CSV tabular data has fields separated by the comma character and quoted by the double quote character. If a field's value contains a double quote character it is escaped with a pair of double quote characters. The CSV file format does not require a specific character encoding, byte order, or line terminator format. It is often not required by software to have fields quoted unless they contain a comma character.

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