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The term '''human-readable''' refers to a representation of [[data]] that can be naturally read by humans. In most contexts, the alternative representation is a [[machine-readable]] format or medium of [[data]] primarily designed for reading by electronic, mechanical or optical devices, or [[computer]]s.
 
The term '''human-readable''' refers to a representation of [[data]] that can be naturally read by humans. In most contexts, the alternative representation is a [[machine-readable]] format or medium of [[data]] primarily designed for reading by electronic, mechanical or optical devices, or [[computer]]s.
 
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The term human-readable refers to a representation of data that can be naturally read by humans. In most contexts, the alternative representation is a machine-readable format or medium of data primarily designed for reading by electronic, mechanical or optical devices, or computers.


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