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    File Format

    A specification for the structure with which a computer data file is saved and stored, often requiring certain programs or computers to reopen and/or edit the information within. Many formats are proprietary, meaning that only certain software can be used to open the file. Other file formats are defined by various software-independent file standards, such as ASCII, PICT, TIFF, EPS, etc., requiring only that a particular program support that format.

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