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a file created using the Tape Archive Record format, often but not always written to magnetic tape. The most common use of this format is to package multiple files or directories into a single file for easy transfer or archive.
a file that contains only ASCII characters, allowing it to be edited or used with programs that do not handle binary files, such as electronic mail.
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