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A '''CSV''' (Comma Seperated Values) file contains tabular data (such as found in spreadsheets or databases) in a simple text format. As the name suggests each value is seperated from the next by a comma.
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A '''CSV''' (Comma Separated Values) file contains tabular data (such as found in spreadsheets or databases) in a simple text format. As the name suggests each value is separated from the next by a comma.
  
 
These files can be created, viewed and edited with software such as [[Microsoft Excel]] or, if done with care, any simple text editor.
 
These files can be created, viewed and edited with software such as [[Microsoft Excel]] or, if done with care, any simple text editor.

Revision as of 10:33, 19 April 2006

A CSV (Comma Separated Values) file contains tabular data (such as found in spreadsheets or databases) in a simple text format. As the name suggests each value is separated from the next by a comma.

These files can be created, viewed and edited with software such as Microsoft Excel or, if done with care, any simple text editor.

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