CSV stands for "Comma Separated Values". In computing, a CSV file is a delimited text file that uses a comma to separate values. A CSV file stores tabular data in plain text, with each row representing a data record. A record can consist of one or multiple fields, separated by commas.
The most common programs for viewing, editing and using CSV files are Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. Excel's row limit is 1,048,576 rows, and Excel's column limit is 16,384 columns. Max column width is 255 characters, and maximum row height is 409 points. Google sheets, by contrast limits all files to 2 million cells, in any row/column combination.
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