CSV


Data[1] found in simple file formats used for storing tabular data[1]. CSV[3] is an abbreviation for “comma-separated values”.

A comma is used to separate each value in a row[2].

A new row is used to store information about a different record or item

Terms definitions
1. Data. Raw facts or figures without context or meaning. e.g. 1, “Boris”, False Related Articles: Glossary: Comma Separated ValueGlossary: CSV dataImport« Back to Glossary Index
2. row. A horizontal series of cells in a spreadsheet. Usually represented by a number e.g. A3 is in row 3. Related Articles: Glossary: Comma Separated ValueGlossary: CSV dataImport« Back to Glossary Index
3. CSV. Data found in simple file formats used for storing tabular data. CSV is an abbreviation for “comma-separated values”. A comma is used to separate each value in a row. A new row is used to store information about a different record or item Related Articles: Glossary: Comma Separated ValueGlossary: CSV dataImport« Back to Glossary Index