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'''TXT File Format'''
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'''Text file formats''' usually have the '''.txt''' extension. These files contain [[ASCII]] characters along with some control data like tabs and line feeds. Text files can have the [[MIME type]] "text/plain", often with suffixes indicating an encoding. Any basic text reader can be used to view the contents of a simple text file.
 
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Text file formats usually have the .txt extension. These files contain ASCII characters along with some control data like tabs and line feeds. Text files can have the MIME type "text/plain", often with suffixes indicating an encoding. Any basic text reader like Notepad or Textpad can be used to view the contents of a simple text file.
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Revision as of 14:56, 20 April 2006

Text file formats usually have the .txt extension. These files contain ASCII characters along with some control data like tabs and line feeds. Text files can have the MIME type "text/plain", often with suffixes indicating an encoding. Any basic text reader can be used to view the contents of a simple text file.