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A text (in the sense of literary theory) is any object that can be read, including:

  • Documents:
    • Religious text, a writing that a religious tradition considers to be sacred
    • Textbook, a book of instruction in any branch of study

Text may also refer to:

Computing and telecommunications[edit]

  • Plain text, unformatted text
  • Text file, a type of computer file opened by most text software
  • Text string, a sequence of characters manipulated by software
  • Text message, a short electronic message designed for communication between mobile phone users. Nowadays, text messages can include media (such as photos, music and videos) and are also called media messages.
  • Text (Chrome app), a text editor for the Google Chrome web browser

Arts and media[edit]

  • TEXT, a Swedish band
  • Text & Talk (formerly Text), an academic journal
  • "Text", a 2010 song produced by J.R. Rotem, featuring Mann and Jason Derülo
  • TxT (film), a 2006 Filipino horror film
  • Text (film), a 2008 American horror film

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