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The Art of Unix Programming
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Unix Programming - Data File Metaformats - Unix Textual File Format Conventions

Unix Textual File Format Conventions

There are long-standing Unix traditions about how textual data formats ought to look. Most of these derive from one or more of the standard Unix metaformats we've just described. It is wise to follow these conventions unless you have strong and specific reasons to do otherwise.

In Chapter10 we will discuss a different set of conventions used for program run-control files, but you should notice that it will share some of these same rules (especially about the lexical level, the rules by which characters are assembled into tokens).


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