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File Extension TXT


What is a Plain Text File?

The TXT file type is one of the most used and versatile file formats, as it is used in almost all applications for different reasons. Even with the introduction and integration of database applications and the Internet, the .txt file has remained to be a constant file extension for the general description file.

The structure of a .txt file is similar to that of a simple notepad, with an easy to understand graphical user interface like that of a blank sheet and a cursor for character input. What makes the TXT file type so significant is that it can be designed to keep metadata for a particular application. It could also be used as a simple help file, or even as an INF file type, which can store multiple entries that are important to the system during installation. It is also able to keep HTML codes and generate simple Web site designing capabilities. However, due to its simplistic interface and text-based syntax, it can only do a predefined and rough layout protocol.

As a word processor related file, the .txt file type can be displayed in the DOS shell environment of its contents. However, the formatting and the connectivity of the different strings may be jeopardized in this platform.

With Windows, the introduction of a graphical user interface allowed researchers to reedit and compile codes without having to manually load and unload modules. In addition to that, the normal notepad application can be used to open and edit any type of .txt file extension format.

Sticking to the text only file content those who create malicious codes often exploit type, the TXT file format, which has been readily used for different processes in programs and system applications. Using the TXT file type as a metadata for handling processes and the behavior of files can complexly create malicious codes in other programs, such as Virtual Basic. It can also be integrated with a common .txt file type.


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