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Text Reversal


Generally, "text" refers to written or printed words, characters, symbols, or  other forms of linguistic expression. It can include a wide range of materials, from books and articles to news and documents.

Digital text:

Digital text is text that is encoded in a format that a computer can process. It is basically a text in  electronic format. Digital text comes in a variety of formats, including:

Plain text

 Plain text with no formatting. Often represented as ASCII or Unicode characters. It contains no style or structure.

Rich text

Text that includes formatting elements such as bold, italics, and font color. Rich text is commonly used in word processing programs to allow for  more visually appealing presentations.


Text that contains hyperlinks that allow users to move between different parts of text or multimedia elements. The World Wide Web is a prime example of a hypertext - based system.


A digital book that is available in electronic format and can be read on devices such as e-readers, tablets, and computers. E-books contain various multimedia elements and interactive features.

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)

A standard markup language for creating web pages. HTML consists of text and tags that define the structure and presentation of  content on the web.

The advent of computers and the Internet has made digital text ubiquitous. It makes it easy to store, transmit, and manipulate textual information, allowing for rapid access and dissemination of knowledge. Click here to convert text to UFT-8 Code.



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