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 +# Plain Text
 +Plain Text format is a non-binary data format using only character codes, and some text control characters (line breaks, tabs) but no formatting information.
 +Typical [encodings](../​e/​encoding) for plain text files are [ASCII](../​a/​ascii),​ [UTF-8](../​u/​utf) or [UTF-16](../​u/​utf).