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Now the question is: is it a big issue, or maybe it's fine as long as less than 0.01% of the data is impacted. In some cases, once the glitch occurs,ALL the data after the glitch is corrupted, because it is not read correctly - this is especially true when a data value contains text that is identical to a row or field separator, such as CR / LF (carriage return / line feed). The problem gets worse when data is exported from UNIX or MAC to WINDOWS, or even from ACCESS to EXCEL.

Now the question is: is it a big issue, or maybe it’s fine as long as less than 0.01% of the data is impacted. In some cases, once the glitch occurs,ALL the data after the glitch is corrupted, because it is not read correctly – this is especially true when a data value contains text that is identical to a row or field separator, such as CR / LF (carriage return / line feed). The problem gets worse when data is exported from UNIX or MAC to WINDOWS, or even from ACCESS to EXCEL.