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Hello everyone.

I have some data in text file as given below

------|----------|--------|-------------------------|--------| S.No | TimeStamp| UE-Name| Test-Config | UL/DL | ------|----------|--------|-------------------------|--------| 1 | 17:20:59 | ueh1 | Sanity_004_0004_24_00 | DL | ------|----------|--------|-------------------------|--------| 2 | 17:20:59 | ueh2 | Sanity_004_0004_24_00 | DL | ------|----------|--------|-------------------------|--------|
file contains same data 5 times. now, i need to parse the same thing in xlsx file. in following format
S.No TimeStamp UE-Name Test-Config UL/D +L 1 17:20:59 ueh1 Sanity_004_0004_24_00 DL + 2 17:20:59 ueh2 Sanity_004_0004_24_00 DL +

can u please help me out to resolve this problem.

thanks in advance

In reply to Parsing Data in xlsx file by Rahul Gupta

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