Can a RTF file be used instead of ASCII file?

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Can an RTF file be used in place of an ASCII file?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    .RTF is a Wordpad based file extension, which can be opened in word also. Ascii files are totally different. What did you mean using rtf in place of ascii file? Did you put some ascii characters on your file? You can open the file in word and use symbols from MS word.
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  • dhallford
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  • ToddN2000
    A little confusing. A RTF is associated with a document. An ASCII file usually contains special characters and has to be entered and edited using special key commands. We would need more info on how the current ASCII file is being used to see if it could be swapped out. If possible you may lose some of the ASCII characters.
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