[Pdx-pm] Parsing CSV Files
andrew.clapp at gmail.com
Fri Feb 28 18:30:36 PST 2020
Thanks! I'll check it out. Weird name for a "standard".
On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 6:30 PM Andy Lester <andy at petdance.com> wrote:
> Text::CSV_XS is pretty much the standard.
> > On Feb 28, 2020, at 8:27 PM, Andrew Clapp <andrew.clapp at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello folks, I'm seeking advice on a module if anyone out there knows
> > of something that's already there.
> > I'm looking at a few different options from cpan but I'm stuck on
> > finding a ready made solution for this one. There's gotta be
> > something I missed. Here's the problem in brief.
> > I have to parse a CSV file, but it's double-quote wrapped, with commas
> > in the fields.
> > Example with a header...
> > "ID","name","desc","detailed desc"
> > "1234","thing","A nifty phrase that's easy to read","some, list, of
> > things, with commas, not so easy"
> > I've tried Pasrse::CSV which looks promising, and tried doing it
> > myself, which works, but it's kludgey beyond useful legibility. I
> > believe there's a good way to do this that I've not seen yet.
> > Ideas?
> > Thanks for looking.
> > -ASC
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> > Andrew S. Clapp
> > Aeonic Enterprises
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Andrew S. Clapp
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culmination of a lot of different things." -Ken Fischer
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