text file


text file
/ˈtɛkst faɪl/ (say 'tekst fuyl)

noun Computers
a file containing unformatted text, that is, text without underlying information regarding font, word wrap, centring, etc., thus being of smaller size and presenting fewer difficulties in transfer and general accessibility.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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