How far apart do electrical outlets need to be?

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In the U. S. the National Electrical Code says: In Entries, Hallways, and Habitable Rooms no point on the wall should be more than 6 feet from a receptacle. So going around the room you need one at least every 12 feet, and you need one within 6 feet of a door.
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