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Comma-Separated Values

21st February 2015 at 6:13pm

CSV is a standard plain-text format for storing a table of data.

Each row of the table is called a record and occupies one line.

The columns are called fields. Each field of a row is separated from the next by a comma, and is often delimited by quotation marks.

The csvtiddlers macro returns tiddler content in this format.