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What is CSV file format?

CSV, which stands for Comma Separated Value, is a standardised file format used by most spreadsheet software to import data. More precisely, a CSV contains commas or semi-colons and line ends that the spreadsheet uses to arrange the data in cells, rows and columns. Values that are to be interpreted as text are delimited by quotation marks (" ").
This format enables you to transform your list of establishments into a spreadsheet. Each line of text represents one row in the table, which itself corresponds to one establishment (the column headers appear in the first row).