Where should I save the playlists file

In what specific file on my computer should i save my iTunes personal playlists files

If you mean Playlists created in your iTunes Library, iTunes does all that for you. You don't have to "save" them anywhere. As you edit them, iTunes "saves" them and they should be in the same place when you next open iTunes.

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