I need to load and use CSV file data in C++. At this point it can really just be a comma-delimited parser (ie don't worry about escaping new lines and commas). The main need is a line-by-line parser...
I have a table like this Value String ------------------- 1 Cleo, Smith I want to separate the comma delimited string into two columns Value Name Surname ------------------- 1 Cleo ...
I am looking for suggestions on how to handle a csv file that is being created, then uploaded by our customers, and that may have a comma in a value, like a company name. Some of the ideas we are loo...
Is there a default/official/recommended way to parse CSV files in C#? I don't want to roll my own parser. Also, I've seen instances of people using ODBC/OLE DB to read CSV via the Text driver, and a ...
Suppose we have a folder containing multiple data.csv files, each containing the same number of variables but each from from different times. Is there a way in R to import them all simultaneously rat...
Can anyone recommend a simple API that will allow me to use read a CSV input file, do some simple transformations, and then write it. A quick google has found http://flatpack.sourceforge.net/ which l...
Is there an easy way to run a MySQL query from the Linux command line and output the results in CSV format? Here's what I'm doing now: mysql -u uid -ppwd -D dbname << EOQ | sed -e 's/ ...
I'm writing a simple import application and need to read a CSV file, show result in a DataGrid and show corrupted lines of the CSV file in another grid. For example, show the lines that are shorter th...