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The structure of a computer file. There are hundreds of different formats for data (databases, text, images, video, etc.). Software files are in the format of the hardware they run in (x86, POWER, ARM, etc.) and the operating system it runs under (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.). Each format defines how the sequence of bits and bytes are laid out, with the text file being the simplest (see ASCII file). See native format, foreign format, graphics formats, record layout, codec examples and extension.
Achievement Surveying, with an accuracy corresponding to 1/200th scale studies or gluing on the town of Besancon and restitution in the form of a computer file formats primarily Star, Esri and / or Autocad for the period between 01.