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Files for use with Forms mode are very simple--each record
(usually one line) forms the contents of one form. Each record consists
of a number of fields, which are separated by the value of the
forms-field-sep, which is
"\t" (a tab) by default.
Fields may contain text which shows up in the forms in multiple lines.
These lines are separated in the field using a "pseudo-newline"
character which is defined by the value of the string
forms-multi-line. Its default value is
"\^k". If it is
nil, multiple line fields are prohibited.
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