Comma Separated Values (CSV)

What is Comma Separated Values (CSV)?


Comma Separated Values (CSV) is a file format commonly used for storing and exchanging tabular data between different software applications. It consists of plain text data organized in rows and columns, where each row represents a record and each column represents a specific attribute of that record.

Values in each column are separated by commas, hence the name "Comma Separated Values". CSV files can be opened and edited in a variety of programs, such as text editors and spreadsheet applications, and are often used for data interchange between different systems or as a data source for other applications.

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