Message format

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In telecommunication, a message format is a predetermined or prescribed spatial or time-sequential arrangement of the parts of a message that is recorded in or on a data storage medium.

  1. At one time, messages prepared for electrical transmission were composed
    1 dfvdv
    2 ug
    3 ghj
    4 sdsfu ug
    
    on a printed blank form with spaces for each part of the message and for administrative entries.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the General Services Administration document "Federal Standard 1037C".