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V Guided Tour: CSV Mode

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CSV Mode

CSV files are typically used to represent tabular data, where each line in the file represents a row of a table. Each line contains the text of each column in the row, separated by a comma (although other characters can be used - eg, a TAB).

By default, V will automatically recognize CSV files and will display them as a table - where all the columns have the same width (much like a spreadsheet).

This is an example of what CSV mode looks like

And this is the same file displayed in standard text mode

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