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White space or whitespace may refer to:
- Whitespace characters, characters in computing that represent horizontal or vertical space
- White spaces (radio), allocated but locally unused radio frequencies
- White spaces (database), a mechanism to enable utilization of the allocated but locally unused radio frequencies
- Whitespace (programming language), an esoteric programming language
- White space (visual arts), portions of a page layout or image left unmarked
- Negative space, portions of a page layout or image deliberately left unmarked and used as a component
- Space (punctuation), the space between two words of text
- The White Space, a 2009 drama film
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