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Re: TEXT TO CSV

by Tux (Monsignor)
on Jun 28, 2013 at 11:13 UTC ( #1041221=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to TEXT TO CSV

You are being too vague here.

  • What is the format of the text?
  • Did you search this site for a solution?
  • What have you tried so far?
  • Did you trie readinbg the documentation for Text::CSV and/or Text::CSV_XS already?

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn


Comment on Re: TEXT TO CSV
Re^2: TEXT TO CSV
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 28, 2013 at 11:22 UTC
    hey I saw the code , actually I am new to perl . so from what I see that it is for csv to text , nor the other war around

      the other war around

      Don't mention the war!

      But please do check out Text::CSV which allows you to read and write CSV files.
      ... as brother Tux's pointed out.

      Cheers, Sören

      (hooked on the Perl Programming language)

        sorry about the typo :) text to csv code which is
        use Text::CSV; my @rows; my $csv = Text::CSV->new ( { binary => 1 } ) # should set binary att +ribute. or die "Cannot use CSV: ".Text::CSV->error_diag (); open my $fh, "<:encoding(utf8)", "test.csv" or die "test.csv: $!"; while ( my $row = $csv->getline( $fh ) ) { $row->[2] =~ m/pattern/ or next; # 3rd field should match push @rows, $row; } $csv->eof or $csv->error_diag(); close $fh; $csv->eol ("\r\n"); open $fh, ">:encoding(utf8)", "new.csv" or die "new.csv: $!"; $csv->print ($fh, $_) for @rows; close $fh or die "new.csv: $!"; # # parse and combine style # $status = $csv->combine(@columns); # combine columns into a string $line = $csv->string(); # get the combined string $status = $csv->parse($line); # parse a CSV string into field +s @columns = $csv->fields(); # get the parsed fields $status = $csv->status (); # get the most recent status $bad_argument = $csv->error_input (); # get the most recent bad argum +ent $diag = $csv->error_diag (); # if an error occured, explains + WHY $status = $csv->print ($io, $colref); # Write an array of fields # immediately to a file $io $colref = $csv->getline ($io); # Read a line from file $io, # parse it and return an array # ref of fields $csv->column_names (@names); # Set column names for getline_ +hr () $ref = $csv->getline_hr ($io); # getline (), but returns a has +href $eof = $csv->eof (); # Indicate if last parse or # getline () hit End Of File $csv->types(\@t_array); # Set column types
        there is a demarcation on this line # parse and combine style. so like is this entire code helps in converting text to csv or just a part of it
        hey can you elaborate the steps with any example , so that I can get a hang of it

        Hey anonymous monk , I am having the same trouble , what I did is break it into words and print , but it is a crude and a bad way , when there is a comma as a part of text file itself . so if you find any better alternative please do share , hopefully these knowledgeable monks can help you out , they have rescued me a number of times . cheers

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